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Reference D3117
Covering dates c. 1300 - 1963
Held by Gloucestershire Archives
Extent 220 series
Archival history The City Library accumulated this large collection of miscellaneous deeds and related documents concerning Gloucester and its suburbs from diverse sources over many years.
Source of acquisition Documents transferred by Gloucester City Library
The City Library retains an accession register which gives some details of the provenance of the documents in this collection, although it is not always possible to identify deeds in this collection securely with items in the register. Some entries in this catalogue also contain a note of the source in brackets at the end of the entry.
Arrangement Documents in this "City Deeds" series were assigned a running number and catalogued on 5"x3" index cards, which were arranged in alphabetical order of street, with a 'General' section at the beginning for documents which were not more specifically attributable to a location. The catalogue is in two parts. The first section consists of documents catalogued by the City Library. The second section consists of a parallel sequence which appear to have been uncatalogued at the time of transfer and which were catalogued by Record Office staff but arranged in the same way. At the end of the second section is a list of items relating to places outside Gloucester which found their way into this collection in error.
Supplementary information Readers wishing to order items from the collection should order them as NNNN, where NNNN is the number of the individual item.
Related information The City Library maintained a parallel sequence of "County deeds" relating to places outside Gloucester, which is separately listed at G.R.O. D2957.

Contents:
A very large collection of miscellaneous deeds and related documents concerning the city of Gloucester and its suburbs



Part 2  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
Catalogued by G.R.O.

CITY DEEDS  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
Documents mistakenly classed as 'City Deeds' by the Central Library before transfer to Glos. R.O., 1974

ST. ALDATE SQUARE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D3117/2421  20 & 21 January 1819

Contents:
Lease & Release
(1) John HOSKINS of Gloucester, gent
(2) William PEACH of Gloucester, gent
(3) Thomas PEACH of Gloucester, maltster (a Trustee)
(4) Benoni PEACH of Abergavenny, schoolmaster
Messuage erected by George WORRALL in the parish of St. Aldate
The messuage is conveyed to Thomas PEACH for life, as a trustee for William PEACH, with reversion to Benoni PEACH
Consideration: £575
Witnesses: Thomas SMITH, solicitor, William SPIER, his clerk

[no title]  D3117/2422  28 April 1837

Contents:
Will and administration
William PEACH of Gloucester
He bequeaths to his brother Benoni PEACH his house in St. Aldate Square, 1/5 share of premises in Northgate Street, and a cottage, garden and piece of pasture in Windmill Field

[no title]  D3117/2423  31 January 1859

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) William TRENFIELD of Gloucester, druggist and Arthur CAUSTON of Gloucester, civil engineer (Devisees in trust under will of Benoni PEACH dec'd)
(2) John Salcomb ALLEN of Gloucester, builder
(3) Edmund BOUGHTON of Westgate Street, Gloucester, ironmonger
No. 6 St. Aldate Square
J. S. ALLEN has a life interest with reversion to E. BOUGHTON
Consideration: £225
Witness: W. B. GEORGE, solicitor, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/2424  25 March 1859

Contents:
Mortgage
(1) John Salcomb ALLEN of Gloucester, builder
(2) Anne HARRISON of Gloucester, widow
No. 6 St. Aldate Square
Principal: £200
Witness: F. WOODCOCK, solicitor, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/2428  22 June 1878

Contents:
Mortgage
(1) Frank FORRESTER of Gloucester, printer
(2) John VICK of Gloucester, veterinary surgeon
No. 6 St. Aldate Square with a workshop lately erected by F. FORRESTER, including printing machinery listed in a schedule
Principal: £250
Witness: (illegible)

[no title]  D3117/2425  4 October 1869

Contents:
Mortgage
(1) John Salcomb ALLEN of Gloucester, builder
(2) Henry William PROSSER of Gloucester, gent (executor of Anne HARRISON, dec'd)
(3) Emily Anne BALLINGER of Gloucester, spinster
No. 6 St. Aldate Square
Principal: £150
Witnesses: James BRETHERTON, H. J. BRETHERTON, solicitors, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/2426  16 December 1872

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Edmund WEIGHT of Gloucester, gent, & Emily Anne his wife (nee BALLINGER)
(2) Samuel WOODCOCK of Gloucester, shoeing smith
No. 6 St. Aldate Square, default having been made in mortgage (D3117/2425)
Consideration: £230
Witness: James BRETHERTON

[no title]  D3117/2427  21 June 1878

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Samuel WOODCOCK of Gloucester, shoeing smith
(2) James MAYSEY of Gloucester, gent
(3) Frank FORRESTER of Gloucester, printer
No. 6 St. Aldate Square
Consideration: £260
Witnesses: J. H. MORTON, A.C. CHAMPNEY, law student, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/2429  16 February 1880

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Sarah Heslop MAY of Hopewell Villas, Lower Barton St, Gloucester, spinster
(2) Abraham RICE of Southgate St, Gloucester, stone merchant
(3) Edwin YEVELL of Northgate St, Gloucester, bootmaker
No. 6 St. Aldate Square with a newly erected workshop there
Consideration: £55
Witness: Alfred C. CHAMPNEY

[no title]  D3117/2430  29 September 1888

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Edwin YUELL of Clarence St, Gloucester, bootmaker
(2) Ulrich HOLBOROW of Lansdown, Stroud, Engineer
No. 8 (formerly No. 6) St. Aldate Square with a lecture Hall called The Gordon Boys' Hall lately erected on the garden
Consideration: £250
Witness: A. J. FRANKLIN

[no title]  D3117/2431  1889

Contents:
Conveyance to Edwin LEA of Gloucester, upholsterer, for £400 dated 23 October 1889 when mortgage (D3117/2428) paid off

[no title]  D3117/2432  (1891)

Contents:
Abstract of Title

[no title]  D3117/2433  1891

Contents:
Conveyance to David JONES of Southgate Street, Gloucester, Outfitter for £400 dated 2 April 1891

[no title]  D3117/2434  2 April 1891

Contents:
Mortgage
(1) David JONES of Southgate Street, Gloucester, outfitter
(2) Catherine ABELL of 5 Priory Place, Gloucester, spinster
No. 8 St. Aldate Square with an adjoining Lecture Hall lately known as The Gordon Boys' Hall
Consideration: £300
Witness: Arthur LEWIS, solicitors clerk

[no title]  D3117/2435  8 March 1915

Contents:
(1) Arthur LEWIS of Milscroft, Hempstead, gent, and Martin Barry LEWIS of Canada, gent (executors of Catherine ABELL, deceased)
(2) said Arthur LEWIS and John Neptune BLOOD of Huntley Court (co. Gloucs.) barrister-at-law
No. 8 St. Aldate Square, with a warehouse formerly a Lecture Hall
Principal: £300
Witness: J. E. MATTHEWS

[no title]  D3117/4546  1842

Contents:
Dwellinghouse (no details)

ST. CATHERINE STREET  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D3117/1698  3 December 1869

Contents:
Mortgage and Reconveyance
(1) William HATT of Glouc. city, fish hawker
(2) William SHILL of Barton Street
Messuage and garden in Oxbody Lane, garden of Mrs. PITT on E; messuage of John BAYLIS on W; garden of Joseph HAYES on N; garden of Wm. WILKES on S. Six messuages in St. Catherine Street described D3117/1694
Principal: £600
Witness: James BRETHERTON, sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/1698  13 September 1878

Contents:
Reconveyance
(1) William SHILL
(2) William BYARD of Palace Yard, gent
Property as above
Consideration: £456
Witness: Fred. H. BRETHERTON, sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/3731(a)  15 May 1877

Contents:
Mortgage and reconveyance
(1) Daniel LANE of Tewkesbury St, Gloucester, builder
(2) James BRETHERTON, of Gloucester, gent
Two messuages with yard, a builder's shop, nos. 38 and 39 at the Knapp, as security
Consideration: £450
Witness: Fred H. BRETHERTON, solicitor, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/3731(b)  14 May 1885

Contents:
Reconveyance, endorsed on D3117/3731(a)
(1) James BRETHERTON
(2) Daniel LANE
Property as in D3117/3731(a)
Witness: Hubert J. BOUGHTON, solicitor

[no title]  D3117/3732  15 May 1877

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) James GOODRICH, of Eyarth House, Ruthin, Denbigh; George WHITCOMBE of Gloucester, gent; Rev. Lawrence Charles GOODRICH, of Stratton
(2) Charles BERNARD, Esq. of Broad Hinton, Nr. Swindon; George WHITCOMBE; Lawrence Charles GOODRICH
(3) Daniel LANE, of Tewkesbury St, builder
Property described in D3117/3731
Consideration: £450
Witnesses: Charles R. BERNARD; Edward T. GARDOM, Solicitor, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/3733  15 May 1878

Contents:
Further charge (refer D3117/3731)
(1) Daniel LANE, of Gloucester, builder
(2) James BRETHERTON of Gloucester, gent
Property at the Knapp, as in D3117/3731
Principal: £50

[no title]  D3117/3734  15 May 1885

Contents:
Mortgage
(1) Daniel LANE of Hare Lane, builder
(2) Emily Ann WEIGHT, widow; John VICK, veterinary surgeon; James FRANKLIN, chemist and druggist; Henry BUCKLE, baker and corn dealer
Messuage and shop fronting Hare Lane, with piece of enclosed land or yard adjoining the rear and fronting St. Catherine Street, together with several workshops and buildings. Plan included
Consideration: £500
Witness: John B. DAY, clerk to Messrs. JONES and BLAKEWAY, solicitors, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/3735  1897

Contents:
Abstract of title
(1) Mortgagees of Mr. Daniel LANE
Property described D3117/3734

[no title]  D3117/3736  1898

Contents:
Abstract of title
(1) Mayor, Aldermen & Citizens of the City of Gloucester House and premises in St. Catherine Street, described D3117/3734

ST. JAMES STREET  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D3117/1736  1897

Contents:
Abstract of Title 1868
(1) John LODGE of Ross
Freehold house in St. James Street, formerly Barton End, occupied by J. PITT, baker, then PRICE
Witness: Henry J. SOUTHALL, Leominster, abstractor

[no title]  D3117/1737  25 March 1897

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) John LODGE of Dock Street, Ross, draper's assistant
(2) Thomas SOUTHALL of Ashfield Lodge, Ross, draper, & John LODGE
(3) Alfred John BRIDGES of Barton Street, grocer
Tenement, bakehouse, courtyard and garden, originally built by Bussell KIRK in St. James Street, formerly Barton End, formerly Barton Street
Consideration: £55
Witness: Harry E. TRINDER, Gloucester Road, Ross, upholsterer

[no title]  D3117/4562  1822-1865

9

Contents:
2 cottages

ST. JOHN'S LANE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D3117/3868  6 April 1639

Contents:
Lease
(1) Katharine DEWXELL, widow and executrix of Thomas DEWXELL of Ashleworth, gent Thomas DEWXELL, one of the sons of T. DEWXELL, senior
(2) Stephen HALFORD of Glouc. City, mercer
Messuage, garden and stable in Grace Lane in tenure of John BOWER, apothecary, formerly held by Richard MALTER, taylor
Rent: peppercorn, if demanded
Term: 68 years
Consideration: £8-10s
Witnesses: Nicholas ADIES (?), Richard MESSINGER; Margaret MESSINGER, John WATTIS

[no title]  D3117/3871  24 December 1695

Contents:
Release
(1) Robert MERCER of Glouc. city, butcher, son and heir of Henry MERCER, late of Glouc. city, fishmonger
(2) Samuel PALMER of Glouc. City, gent
Messuage with appurts. in Grace Lane near Butcher Row; in the several tenures of Robert MERCER, Robert PUNTER, John GRAFTSTOCK, baker
Consideration: £26-10s
Witnesses: William HARROD; John ALLEN; Post BELL, John GRANDSTOCK

[no title]  D3117/3883  18 & 19 June 1747

Contents:
Lease & release
(1) William JONES of Glouc. City, gent
William FENDALL of Glouc. City, gent (devisees under will of Rowland PYTT of Glouc. City, woollen draper Elijah PYTT of Glouc. City, eldest son and heir and residuary devisee of Rowland PYTT
(2) Rose BUSH of Glouc. City, widow
Messuage in St. John's Lane, occupied by (2)
Consideration: 5/- and £22
Witnesses: William DRIVER; William JONES junior

[no title]  D3117/4549  1820

1

Contents:
Brewhouse, court and messuage

ST. MARY'S SQUARE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D3117/1054  27 November 1822

Contents:
Counterpart lease
(1) Dean and Chapter of Gloucester
(2) Venerable and Rev. Thomas RUDGE, archdeacon of Gloucester
Three messuages in Half Street, land of Thomas RUDGE on N; Lamb Inn on S, garden of Samuel GEORGE on W; highway on E. (dimensions specified) and occupied by Lanber MIDDLETON & Charles BARRETT
Consideration: £20
Rent: £1-14 twice yearly and 17/6
Term: 40 years
Witness: John CALTON

[no title]  D3117/1055  1 August 1825

Contents:
Assignment by way of Mortgage
(1) William CROOK of Gloucester, gent
(2) James SEVIER esq. of Clifton
One messuage in Half Street, property of late Thomas RUDGE on N; the Lamb Inn on S; garden of Samuel COOPER on W; highway on E
Principal: £250
Term: 40 years
Witnesses: James Ford SEVIER, solicitor, Bristol; William SCUTTS, his clerk

[no title]  D3117/1056  19 August 1825

Contents:
Assignment of lease
(1) Henry RUDGE of Leominster, Hereford, surgeon, trustee of Archdeacon Thomas RUDGE, deceased, of Haresfield
(2) William CROOK of Gloucester, gent
Two messuages with appurtenances in Half Street, tenement of late Thomas RUDGE, now of Mrs. TAYLOR widow on N; messuage of William COOK on S; garden of Samuel GEORGE on W; highway on E
Consideration: £375
Term: Remainder of 40 years, see D3117/1054
Witnesses: Joseph SEWARD apprentice to H. RUDGE, Eliza RUDGE, both of Leominster, Richard TIPTON

[no title]  D3117/1057  24 October 1825

Contents:
Assignment by way of mortgage
(1) William CROOK of Gloucester, gent
(2) James SEVIER of Clifton
One messuage in Half Street described D3117/1055, and 2 messuages in Half Street described D3117/1056, comprising the 3 tenements of deed D3117/1054
Rent: yearly for the two messuages £1-12-0, 11/- respectively
Principal: £280
Term: Remainder of 40 years
Witnesses: J. Ford SEVIER solicitor, Bristol, William SCUTTS, his clerk

[no title]  D3117/1058 a  13 March 1838

Contents:
Lease
(1) Dean and Chapter of Gloucester
(2) William a BECKETT of Golden Square, Westminster, gent (administrator of William CROCK late of Gloucester, gent, deceased)
Three tenements in Half Street described D3117/1054 (inset plan)

[no title or date]  D3117/1058 b

Contents:
Counterpart lease
Rent: £1-14-0 twice yearly and 17/6
Consideration: £70
Term: 40 years beginning Michaelmas 1837
Witness: J. H. WHITCOMBE, chapter clerk

[no title]  D3117/1059  15 March, 1838

Contents:
Transfer of mortgage
(1) John Ford SEVIER, Esq. of Bristol; Rev. James SEVIER, rector of Hasfield; executors of will of Jane SEVIER
(2) William a BECKETT of Golden Square, Westminster, gent
(3) James TAYLOR of Gloucester, gent
Three tenements in Half Street, described D3117/1058a
Rent: As described in D3117/1058a
Principal: £619
Term: remainder of 40 years
Witnesses: Henry REA, clerk to MATTHEWS, Solicitor, Gloucester; Thomas WOODWARD

[no title]  D3117/1060  11 May 1866

Contents:
Assignment
(1) James TAYLOR, late of Gloucester, now of Oxford, professor of music, executor of James TAYLOR deceased
(2) Edward TRIMMER of Gloucester, gent
Mortgage debt and three tenements described D3117/1059
Consideration: £180
Term: remainder of 40 years (see D3117/1058a)
Witness: K. H. FRYER, solicitor, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/1061  4 July 1878

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) The Ecclesiastical Commissioners
(2) Edward TRIMMER of 14 College Green, gent
Three messuages in Half Street, (inset plan)
Consideration: £450
Witnesses: Charles Joseph ELLIS, Whitehall Place, Westminster, gent, and joint treasurer of Ecclesiastical Commission, names not clear

[no title]  D3117/1105 a  18 October 1858

Contents:
Mortgage
(1) Edwin BUTT of Gloucester city, dyer
(2) Thomas Astill DAVIS of Gloucester city, gent
(3) Henry Ladridge WHITEHEAD of Cheltenham, gent
(4) Joseph LOVEGROVE of Gloucester city, gent
a) 40 St. Mary's Sq. (position specified) and workshop
b) 4 messuages behind (1) and lane
c) 2 messuages adjoining Mop Lane (Barton Street) described D3117/1101 (formerly a Dissenters meeting house)
d) 4 beast pastures in Minsterworth Ham
e) ½ acre of land in Minsterworth (enclosed common)
f) Three beast pastures in Summer Ham, Minsterworth
Principal: £681-12-0
Witnesses: Joseph S. JEFFERIES, 42 St. Mary's Sq.; George COLES, managing clerk to LOVEGROVE

[no title]  D3117/1105 b  10 July 1880

Contents:
Deed of Further Charge
(1) Elizabeth BUTT, widow, of Wantage, Berks
(2) Joseph LOVEGROVE
Property described D3117/1105a, except 4, 5, 6, which by indenture 5 May 1865 were granted to use of William SYMS of Minsterworth
Principal: £118-8-0
Witness: Frederick WILTSHIRE, clerk to Messrs. LOVEGROVE & BRYAN, solicitors, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/1484  27 November 1844

Contents:
Counterpart lease
(1) Dean and Chapter of Gloucester
(2) Elizabeth JEYMES, widow, of Gloucester, sole executrix of will of William J. innkeeper
Four tenements, recently one, in St. Mary de Lode parish near St. Mary's Brook (arched over); land of (1) held by James DAWE on E; lands of Thomas MERRETT on W; land of Rev. John F. NEWTON on N; highway on S; plan included. Property occupied by Thos. TOWNLEY, plasterer, Wm. ROBINSON, haytrusser, Jas. DAVIS, tailor, Wm. SMITH, labourer
Term: 30 years
Rent: 8/7 a year
Consideration: £15
Witness: William NEST, clerk to WHITCOMBE, HELPS & WEMYSS, solcs. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/1485  25 September 1855

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Samuel Thomas GEORGE, 4 Saint Peter's Terrace, Islington, Middlesex, gent
(2) Caraline GEORGE, spinster of Gloucester city
(3) Charles Frederick INNELL of Gloucester, gent
(4) Charles CLARK of Gloucester, grocer and tea dealer
(5) William Bradley GEORGE of Gloucester, gent
(a) No. 49 St. Mary's Square, with no. 50 on E; messuage of Benjamin BENNETT on W; garden formerly occupied by Charles Wilkinson BARRETT on W; public road through Square on S
(b) No. 50 St. Mary's Square; no. 49 on W; "The Lamb" on N; garden formerly of Thomas RUDGE on E; public road on remaining part of N
Consideration: £130
Witnesses: James BRETHERTON, sol. Gloucester; Philip O. SUTER

[no title]  D3117/1486  14 December 1864

Contents:
Assignment
(1) William White WILLIAMS of Charlton Kings, doctor of medicine, Josiah CASTREE, of Glouc. city, land agent
(2) Harriet Jane MATTHEWS, spinster, of West Hill Terrace, Winchester, Ellen Catherine MATTHEWS, spinster of Knowle, nr. Fareham, Hants, John MANLEY of Knowle, nr. Fareham, Hants, doctor of medicine, Superintendent of Hants. County Lunatic Asylum, Mary Anderson MANLEY, his wife
(3) John HULL of Glouc. city, gent
Three small tenements in parish of St. Mary de Lode, described D3117/1484
Term: Remainder of term of 30 years at rent reserved, 1484
Consideration: £60
Witnesses: Charles ATTWATER, sol. Glouc.; N.J. FRAMPTON, clerk to C.A. HUNTER, sol. Glouc.; Arthur G. Alexander MORRISON, Fareham

[no title]  D3117/1487  13 July 1867

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) John CADLE formerly of Weston now of Westbury on Severn, commission agent
(2) Edmund BOUGHTON of York Buildings, Glouc. gent
Messuage in Catherine Street occupied by Charles ROSE, two messuages of G. EDGELL and D. HARRIS on E & W
Consideration: £65
Witness: Thomas TAYNTON, sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/1488  6 June 1873

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Charles Frederick INNELL of Glouc. city, gent
(2) Charles CLARKE of Glouc. city, grocer and tea dealer
(3) William Bradley GEORGE of Glouc. city, gent
(4) Eliza BARBER, widow, of Glouc. city
Nos. 49 and 50 St. Mary's Square described D3117/1485
Consideration: £450
Witness: Jonothan BURTON, Barnwood, nr. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/1489  12 July 1879

Contents:
Mortgage
(1) Eliza BARBER, widow of Glouc. city
(2) John DOLLING, of Glouc. city, gent
Nos. 49 and 50 St. Mary's Square, described D3117/1485
Principal: £150
Witness: J. H. JONES, sol. Glouc.
Reconveyance dated 8 March 1920 cancelled

[no title]  D3117/1575  26 August 1812

Contents:
Counterpart of lease
(1) Rt. Rev. George ISAAC, Bishop of Gloucester
(2) William BUSHELL of Gloucester, clerk
Newly erected messuage with malthouse and other buildings, garden and orchard adjoining the messuage; bounded by the highway leading from St. Mary de Lode Church to the Little Meadow on the S; Old Severn on the W; land late of the Rev. John NEWTON on the N, tenements and premises of Thomas RUDGE on E
Term: 3 lives
Rent: 7s 6d
Consideration: Surrender of a former lease
Witness: Frederick WOODWARD of Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/1576  1 & 2 January 1819

Contents:
Lease and Release
(a) Lease for a year
(1) Rev. William BUSHELL late of Gloucester, now of Newent, clerk
(2) George HALL of Gloucester, timber merchant
Property described D3117/1575
Term: One year
Consideration: 5/-
Witnesses: John PHILLPOTTS; John PHILLPOTTS, junior

[no title]  D3117/1577  27 November 1843

Contents:
Lease
(1) Dean and Chapter of the Cathedral Church, Gloucester
(2) William Cox BUCHANAN, late of Dursley, now of Bisley, gent.
Charles BUCHANAN of Gloucester, gent.
Messuage and garden with appurtenances; lands of Dean and Chapter on E.; lands now of the representatives of George HALE on W.; 'Saint Mary Brook' on S.; lands now of the Rev. John NEWTON, clerk on N. Plan included
Term: 30 years
Rent: 16s., and 5s.10d. p.a. Land Tax

[no title]  D3117/1578  30 July 1846

Contents:
Lease
(1) Rt. Rev. James HENRY, Lord Bishop of Gloucester and Bristol
(2) William Cox BUCHANAN of Dursley, gent.; Charles BUCHANAN of Gloucester, gent.
Messuage described D3117/1575
Term: 3 lives
Rent: 7s. 6d.
Witness: Thomas HOLT, sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/3048  1898

Contents:
Abstract of Title 1878
(1) E. H. MAUDE, F. HANNAM-CLARKE and W.B. WOOD
(2) Alfred SPECK, prospective purchaser
Premises in St. Mary's Square

[no title]  D3117/3049  6 November 1901

Contents:
Fire Policy
(1) Alliance Assurance Company
(2) Alfred SPECK of Westgate Street, marine store dealer
House and offices adjoining at corner of Mount Street and St. Mary's Square, tenanted by MEADOWS, insured for £300

[no title]  D3117/3429/1  8 May 1866

Contents:
Lease, counterpart
(1) Dean and Chapter of Gloucester
(2) John Barton TAYLOR esq. of Springwood near London Canada West
Messuage, court and appurtenances with a gateway out of St. Mary's Square into the Cathedral churchyard ("Lower Church Yard") with highway on W; house and garden, formerly the prebendal house of Rev. Henry Charles MINCHIN on E & N.
Plan included, affidavit by witness below endorsed
Rent: 15/- a year
Consideration: surrender of lease by Josiah CASTREE, land surveyor, and £55
Witness: Lawrence (LAURINON) of London, residing in Ontario, police magistrate

[no title]  D3117/3429/2  29 June 1904

Contents:
Surrender of lease
(1)Arthur Spry HELPS of Glouc. city, solicitor
(2) Dean and Chapter of Gloucester
Property in St. Mary's Sq. described
Consideration: that the leasehold shall be merged into freehold
Witness: Henry D. Spencer JONES, Dean of Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/3430  16 November 1875

Contents:
Mortgage and Transfer
(1) Josiah CASTREE of College Green, land agent
(2) Richard Sumner HELPS and Arthur Spry HELPS both of Glouc. city, gentleman
Messuage in St. Mary's Sq. called Monument House, described D3117/3429/1
Principal: £400
Witnesses: H. D. Alton HENDERSON, clerk to CASTREE, BROADSTOCK, clerk to HELPS
24 June 1889
Transfer of Mortgage
(1) Arthur Spry HELPS
(2) A. S. HELPS; Rev. Richard Henry TALBOT of Belshford Horncastle, Lincoln
Security: as above
Principal: £400
Witness: W. BROADSTOCK, clerk to BRYAN & HELPS, solrs. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/3888  9 January 1822

Contents:
Probate of Will
(1) Charles HALE of Glouc. city, music seller
(2) Mary Evans HALE (wife and sole executrist)
(3) Caroline and Mary HALE (youngest daughters)
(4) Mrs. CARTER (eldest daughter)
(5) Charles Henry HALE (son)
Music stock, and instruments, also freehold house in the College Court, Holy Trinity; also an interest in a house in St. Mary's Square formerly property of testator's father James HALE, now rented by MANNS; and also piece of ground in Wallum occupied by VERRINDER
Witnesses: Charles HALE, Matthew RYDER, Henry TIKES, George TOOBY

[no title]  D3117/4527  1825-1836

2

Contents:
Messuage and garden (Dean and Chapter)

ST. MARY STREET  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D3117/1318a  21 July 1854

Contents:
Assignment of Interest under WILL and Conveyance
(1) Charles SMITH of Norton, gent, Mary SMITH, wife
(2) Martha BUTT, widow, of Wallsworth, Sandhurst
Henry BUTT of Abloads Court Sandhurst, gent, a trustee of John HIGGS of Haydon Farm, Boddington, gent, deceased
Life estate and interest bequeathed by HIGGS's will.
Part share in securities bequeathed by HIGGS.
Assurance policy for £1000 on life of Mary SMITH
Messuage in Half Street, messuage of Mr. JACKMAN on N; messuage of Dean & Chapter on S; garden of D. COX on W; Queen's highway on E
Consideration: £1100
Witnesses: Walter CLUTTERBUCK, attorney, Glouc.; Edwin KETHRO clerk to WASHBOURN

[no title]  D3117/1318b  21 July 1854

Contents:
Transfer of Mortgage
(1) George WATSON of Tewkesbury, bleacher
Peter OSBORNE of Tewkesbury, grocer
(2) Martha BUTT, widow, of Wallsworth, Sandhurst
Henry BUTT of Abloads Court, ditto, gent
Principal sum of £200 upon indenture 3 November 1841
Property described D3117/1318a in Half Street
Principal: £200
Witnesses: Joseph THOMAS, sol. Tewkesbury; Walter CLUTTERBUCK, attorney, Glouc.; Edwin KETHRO clerk to WASHBOURNE

[no title]  D3117/1319  21 July 1854

Contents:
Assignment of Interest under Will, and Mortgage
(1) Martha BUTT widow of Wallsworth, Sandhurst parish
Henry BUTT of Abloads Court, gent
(2) William Oliver BRENDON of Glouc. city, grocer
Estate and interest in securities and monies of Mary SMITH, the part share in the reversion of Thomas BUTT; assurance policy for £1000 in life of M. SMITH
Property described D3117/1318a Half Street
Memo endorsed that assurance policy cashed 14 November 1871
Principal: £1000
Witnesses: Walter CLUTTERBUCK, attorney, Glouc. E. KETHRO clerk to WASHBORN

[no title]  D3117/1320  24 February 1865

Contents:
Reconveyance and Reassignment of Interest under Will
(1) William Oliver BRENDON, of Glouc. city, grocer
(2) Martha BUTT, widow of Walsworth, Sandhurst parish
Henry BUTT of Abloads Court, ditto, gent
Life estate and interest of Mary SMITH, part share of Thomas BUTT, and policy monies etc.
Property described D3117/1318a in Half Street
Consideration: £1000
Witness: James BRETHERTON, sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/1321  13 August 1872

Contents:
Reconveyance
(1) John Thomas BLAKE of Harrow-on-the-Hill, Middx., draper
Henry FISHER of Michael Church, Hereford, farmer
(2) James Croome JACKMAN of The Hill, Hartpury, surveyor
Property described D3117/1318a in Half Street
Consideration: £400
Witness: Solomon COLEMAN, sol. Longhope

[no title]  D3117/1322  6 May 1893

Contents:
Mortgage
(1) Richard BUTT
(2) County of Gloucester Bank Ltd.
Messuage in Half Street occupied by E.T. REID, schedule included
Witness: Arthur DUNSFORD, manager

[no title]  D3117/1323  24 November 1894

Contents:
Declaration
(1) Richard BUTT
(2) County of Gloucester Bank Ltd.
Assurance policy with Norwich Union for £300, as additional security on mortgage of No. 5 Half Street

[no title]  D3117/1324  9 April 1896

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Charles Ernest JACKMAN, 11 Stoke Newington Rd, Middx, gent
(2) John HACKNEY, 33 Saint Mary Street, commission agent
Priory House or 29 Saint Mary Street, formerly Half Street, which street on E., occupied by Charles BETTERIDGE
Consideration: £225
Witness: James Crome JACKMAN, sol. 62 St. Martin's Lane, Charing Cross

[no title]  D3117/1325  12 August 1897

Contents:
Transfer of Mortgage of 6 May 1893 see D3117/1322
(1) The County of Gloucester Bank Ltd.,
(2) Lloyds Bank Ltd., in liquidation
Witnesses: I. F. EMERTON, sub manager, Lloyds Bank, Cheltenham, Howard LLOYD; G. RAMSDEN, head office Birmingham. W. AGG.

[no title]  D3117/1326  28 February 1898

Contents:
Declaration
(1) Richard BUTT of Abloads Farm, Sandhurst
Charles Edward QUILTER of Norwich Union Fire Insurance Office, 12 Westgate Street
That Martha B, mother of (1) and Henry B (brother) purchased house in Half St. 1854, mortgaged, reconveyed 1860. The house is held according to tenure of BOROUGH ENGLISH since it lies within the city. Richard BUTT has enjoyed possession of property since death of Martha BUTT, 1874. Property now 35 St. Mary Street, and occupied by Mrs. DORN
Witness: Philip COOKE, commissioner in oaths

[no title]  D3117/3257  1932

Contents:
Abstract of Title 1890 -
(1) Alfred Andrew WILLIAMS
Piece of land in St. Mary's St. part of the King's Head Livery Stables

ST. PAULS ROAD  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D3117/3526  23 January 1913

Contents:
Probate of will
(1) Henry LEIGHTON, 18 St. Pauls Rd, Waggon Works, foreman (formerly living at The Martin's Nest, Tuffley
(2) Eliza LEIGHTON, wife and executrix appointed
(3) Alfred Henry GORIN (testator's stepson)
(4) Eliza Ann HIGGINS wife of Francis William HIGGINS and testator's stepdaughter
Will made 26 August 1899
Witnesses: H.W. GRIMES, sol. Glouc; James SMALL his clerk

[no title]  D3117/3527  29 May 1914

Contents:
Mortgage and Reconveyance
(1) Eliza LEIGHTON widow of Mosseley, Birmingham
(2) Arthur Ebenezer GROVE of West Hayley, Worcestershire, gent
Two hundred square yards of land forming part of a close called Lower Sandyway on the north side of St. Paul's Rd, and messuage built on property called Lyndwood (no. 18).
Provision for fire insurance up to £200
Principal: £150
Witness: Alex. O.G.M. GROVE, sol. Birmingham
Reconveyance
(1) as (2) above
(2) as (1) above
Property as above.
Consideration: as principal above
Witness: John PHILLIPS of West Hayly nr. Stourbridge, retired, station master

[no title]  D3117/3528  1915

Contents:
Correspondence relating to the mortgage of No. 18 St. Pauls Road, the property of Mrs. Eliza LEIGHTON; refer D3117/3527 for mortgagee (30 separate pieces)

[no title]  D3117/4258  20 May 1893

Contents:
Collateral Security
(1) W.T. NICHOLLS
(2) J. C. RICHARDS, sol. Glouc.
19 St. Pauls Rd, Gloucester, and no.6 St. Pauls Rd
Principal: £180
Witness: H.W. GRIMES, sol. Glouc.

SEYMOUR ROAD  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D3117/2991  1 December 1892

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Winnifred Helen RIDDIFORD of Hucclecote, widow of Jn. Pleydell Wilton
HAINES of Glouc. city, gent
Daniel ILES of Fairford, surgeon
(2) Emily WATTS, spinster of The Cottage, North Amberley nr. Stroud
Piece of land on junction of a new road, Seymour Rd., and another new road, Alma Road which bounds N; Seymour Rd. on W; land contracted to be sold to Glouc. School Board on E.
Plan included memo that 24 December 1892, part of property above conveyed to Glouc. Co-op. Society
Consideration: £175
Witnesses: W. H. MORGAN, 17 King St. Gloucester, solicitor's clerk; George GLOVER, The Retreat, Fairford, attendant; P. BOULTON, clerk to HAINES & SUMMER, solrs. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/2994  1893

Contents:
Abstract of Title 1888
(1) Miss Emily WATTS
Piece of land at junction of Seymour Road and Alma Road

SHERBORNE STREET  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D3117/1062  7 & 8 May 1841

Contents:
Lease and release
(1) Joseph ROBERTS of Hillfield Parade, Wotton, gent
(2) Joseph DAVIS of Morton Valence, yeoman
(3) Giles CARTER of Winchcombe, gent
Two messuages with appurtenances in Sherborne Street; a garden of William GODSALL on N; property of Thomas LAWRENCE on S; tenement of Thomas HOPTON on E, and messuage occupied by MILLARD and Sherborne St. on S
Consideration: £200
Witnesses: Joseph CARTER, Joseph ROBERTS, junior

[no title]  D3117/1063  24 November 1842

Contents:
Mortgage by appointment and release
(1) Joseph DAVIS of Moreton Valence, yeoman
(2) Mary Mayo LANE, spinster, of Churcham
(3) Susannah Rudge LANE, spinster
Property in Sherborne Street described D3117/1062
Principal: £100
Witnesses: Joseph CARTER, solicitor, Gloucester; Edward JONES, his clerk

[no title]  D3117/1064  3 August 1844

Contents:
Mortgage in fee
(1) John CANNOCK of Wincolls, Westbury-upon-Severn, farmer, and Mary Mayo CANNOCK (late Mary Mayo LANE)
(2) Susannah Rudge LANE, spinster of Dimock
(3) Joseph DAVIS of Moreton Valence, yeoman
(4) John MABBETT of Stinchcombe, gent
Property in Sherborne Street described D3117/1062
(Commissioners certificate of acknowledgement attached)
Principal: £120
Witnessess: R.H. CARTER, A.H. JENKINS, two of commissioners for taking acknowledgement of deeds of married women; Joseph CARTER

[no title]  D3117/1067  22 September 1853

Contents:
Deed and will
(1) Susannah DAVIS, widow, of Moreton Valence, wife of Joseph DAVIS deceased
(2) John MABBETT of Stinchcombe, gent
(3) Frederick George BEALE of Gloucester, gent
Two messuages in Sherborne Street, described D3117/1062
(Appended will on paper of Joseph DAVIS dated 26 September 1844 leaving all estate to his wife)
Consideration: £160
Witnesses: of deed, Joseph CARTER, solicitor, Gloucester of will, John PEARCE, Richard CHAMBERLAYNE, William PEARCE

[no title]  D3117/1068  1 August 1863

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Jonathan BREWER of Gloucester, plaisterer
(2) Charles WINFIELD of Gloucester, shoemaker
(3) William GROWTAGE of Gloucester, teacher of music
Nos. 30 and 31 on land formerly a nursery in Sherborne Street, which bounds the E; land of William JEYNES on W; land of William DAWES on N; messuages of SMART on S. Tenements occupied by William JONES, John DASH
Consideration: £150
Witnesses: William SHOTTEN, T.L. POOLE, solicitor, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/1069  30 March 1868

Contents:
Will
(1) Charles WINFIELD of Sherborne Street, shoemaker, testator
(2) Mary Ann WINFIELD, sole beneficiary and executrix
Witnesses: J.H. STEPHENS of Regent Street, Gloucester; John MOSS of Kingsholm

[no title]  D3117/1070  10 June 1868

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) John MABBETT of Stinchcombe, Gloucester, gent
(2) James ORPIN, widower, of Gloucester, innkeeper and coal dealer
Two messuages in Sherborne Street described D3117/1062
Consideration: £115
Witnesses: ELLENDEN, solicitor, Dursley; William COTHER, attorney's clerk to George Street Gloucester.

[no title]  D3117/1071  8 July 1868

Contents:
Mortgage
(1) James ORPIN of Gloucester, innkeeper and coal dealer
(2) George Peters WILKES of Gloucester, gent
Two messuages in Sherborne Street described D3117/1062
Principal: £90
Witness: William COTHER

[no title]  D3117/1072  24 April 1877

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) John ORPIN of Sherborne Street, haulier
Charles Overbury WINFIELD of Sherborne Street, shoemaker (trustees of will of James ORPIN, deceased)
(2) Samuel VICK, George CUMMINGS, of Gloucester, maltsters
(3) Samuel WOOD of Gloucester, grocer
(4) Elizabeth CURTIS, widow, of Gloucester
Nos. 7 & 8 Sherborne Street, occupied formerly by Edward HEATH and William HAYDEN, Thomas HUGHES, respectively (Schedule of deeds since December 1870 included)
Consideration: £135
Witnesses: Thomas E. WASHBOURN, solicitors, Gloucester, James BRETHERTON, ditto, Francis HARTLEY, ditto, Daniell FRANKLIN, ditto

[no title]  D3117/1073 a  31 March 1879

Contents:
Mortgage
(1) Henry WHITE of Gloucester, waiter, and Elizabeth WHITE his wife
(2) Frederick FRANCIS of Gloucester, wine merchant
Nos. 7 & 8 Sherborne Street, occupied by William HAYDEN and H. WHITE (Commissioners certificate attached)
Principal: £80
Witnesses: of deed, Daniell FRANKLIN; and Charles Edward SHEPPARD and Francis William JONES, two of Commissioners for taking acknowledgement of deeds of married women

[no title]  D3117/1073 b  17 February 1887

Contents:
(Same parchment as D3117/1073a)
Reconveyance
(1) Frederick FRANCIS
(2) Elizabeth WHITE
Property as above
Witness: L.T. TOWNSEND, clerk to TAYNTON & SONS, solicitors, Gloucester

[no title or date]  D3117/1074 a b

Contents:
(On same sheet)
26 October 1886
a Mortgage
(1) Charles WINFIELD of Gloucester, shoemaker
(2) Emily HARDMAN, wife of William Caswell HARDMAN
Nos. 31 & 33 in Sherborne Street described D3117/1068
Principal: £50
Witness: J.B. DAY, clerk to JONES and BLAKEWAY, solicitors, Gloucester
b 29 September 1892
Reconveyance
(1) Emily HARDMAN
(2) Mary Ann WINFIELD, widow of C.W.
Property as above
Witness: as above

[no title]  D3117/1075  17 February 1887

Contents:
Mortgage
(1) Henry WHITE of Sherborne Street, waiter, and Elizabeth WHITE his wife
(2) Tom MARSHALL of 21 St. Mark Street, gent
Formerly Nos. 7 & 8 now 14 & 16 Sherborne Street
Principal: £100
Witnesses: A.J. FRANKLIN, solicitor, Gloucester, Francis W. JONES a perpetual Commissioner for the acknowledgement of married women's deeds

[no title or date]  D3117/1076 a - b

Contents:
(on same sheet)
29 December 1891
Mortgage
(1) Mary Ann WINFIELD, widow, of Barnwood
(2) John Henry JONES of Gloucester, gent
Nos. 31 & 33 Sherborne Street, described D3117/1068
Principal: £25
Witness: Arthur J. THOMAS, clerk to JONES & BLAKEWAY, solicitors, Gloucester
29 September 1892
Reconveyance
(1) John Henry JONES
(2) Mary Ann WINFIELD
Property as above
Witness: J. B. DAY, clerk as above

[no title]  D3117/1078 a  1 October 1892

Contents:
Mortgage (see D3117/1084 ab for will of (1))
(1) Mary Ann WINFIELD, widow, of 6 Burlston Terrace, Herbert Road
(2) Richard FARRINGTON of 6 Burleston Terrace, carpenter
(3) Thomas ROBINSON esq. of Maisemore Park, M.P.
Trevor POWELL of Gloucester, gent
Thomas Nelson FOSTER of Gloucester, merchant (trustees of Gloucester Liberal Benefit Society)
Nos. 31 & 33 Sherborne Street described D3117/1068, and certain shares in Gloucester Liberal Benefit Society
(Proviso that (1) keep property insured; policy of Royal Exchange Assurance Co. for £200 enclosed)
Principal: £90
Witness: J. E. HULLETT, clerk to LANGLEY-SMITH, solicitor, Gloucester.

[no title]  D3117/1078b  4 September 1903

Contents:
Deed of Further Charge (same parchment as D3117/1078a)
(1) Marcia Brewer FARRINGTON, wife of Richard FARRINGTON of Gloucester, carpenter; and daughter of M.A. WINFIELD
(2) Tom BLINKHORN, draper, Edwin Sidney HARTLAND solicitor, Frederick Hawkins BRETHERTON, solicitor, Gloucester, (trustees of Liberal Benefit Society)
Property described D3117/1078a
Principal: £10
Witness: J. E. HULLETT, clerk to LANGLEY-SMITH, solicitor, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/1079ab  1 May 1903

Contents:
Mortgage
(1) Thomas Giles CARTER, 34 Union Street, wheelwright
(2) Tom MARSHALL, 21 St. Mark Street, gent
Nos. 14, 16 Sherborne Street
(Proviso that the property be insured for at least £100 with Manchester Fire Insurance Co.)
Principal: £100
Witness: Joseph F. JONES, solicitor, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/1079b  21 February 1906

Contents:
Reconveyance
(1) Tom MARSHALL
(2) Thomas Giles CARTER
Property as above
Witness: Frederick C. HINDER, clerk to FRANKLIN & JONES, solicitors, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/1080  1 May 1903

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Tom Marshall, 21 St. Mark Street, gent
(2) Elizabeth WHITE (widow formerly) of Sherborne Street, now 78 Brook Street
(3) Thomas Giles CARTER of 34 Union Street, wheelwright
Nos. 14 & 16 Sherborne Street in occupation of Henry HAZELL
Principal: £130
Witness: Albert E. PALMER, clerk to GRIMES and BARRY LEWIS, solicitors, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/1081  30 December 1905

Contents:
Mortgage
(1) Maria Brewer FARRINGTON, wife of Richard FARRINGTON, Sherborne Street, carpenter
(2) James HUGGINS, 54 London Road, gent
Nos. 31 & 33 Sherborne Street occupied by Richard FARRINGTON and Albert REDMAN (minimum of £100 fire insurance stipulated)
Principal: £100
Witness: J. E. HULLETT, clerk to LANGLEY-SMITH and son, solicitors, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/1082  7 February 1907

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Maria Brewer FARRINGTON wife of Richard FARRINGTON, 31 Sherborne Street, carpenter
(2) Thomas Giles CARTER, 34 Union Street, wheelwright
Nos. 31 & 33 Sherborne Street now in occupation of R. FARRINGTON and Albert REDMAN; and equity of redemption of £100
(Typed schedule of deeds for 31 and 33 Sherborne Street 1826-1907 attached)
Consideration: £60
Witness: W. LANGLEY-SMITH, solicitor, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/1083  23 December 1909

Contents:
Reconveyance
(1) James HUGGINS, 54 London Road, gent
(2) Thomas Giles CARTER, 34 Union Street, wheelwright
Nos. 31 & 33 Sherborne Street
Witness: W. LANGLEY-SMITH, solicitor, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/1084a  2 February 1891

Contents:
Will (original) (see D3117/1078a, for mortgage)
(1) Mary Ann WINFIELD, 31 Sherborne Street, testator
(2) Maria Brewer FARRINGTON, daughter of Mary Ann WINFIELD, beneficiary and executrix

[no title]  D3117/1084b  9 August 1893

Contents:
Succession Account form (see D3117/1078a)
Nos. 31 & 33 Sherborne Street in occupation of Richard BEST and Richard FARRINGTON; and mortgage with Liberal Benefit Society for £90
Witnesses: of will, A.K. FRANKLIN, solicitor, Gloucester
Frederick William COOK, White Lion, Gloucester

[no title or date]  D3117/1084

Contents:
Also includes a solicitor's bill dated 23 December 1909 which probably accounts for these documents being out of sequence.

[no title]  D3117/1217  21 & 22 December 1838

Contents:
Lease and Release
(1) Henry WEAVER of Glouc. city, builder
(2) Richard Hodges CARTER of Gloucester, gent
(3) Thomas JEFFERIS of Tewkesbury, brickmaker
(4) Joseph CARTER of Glouc. city, gent
Nos. 19, 20 formerly 6 & 7 Sherborne Street; property of (1) on N; land of John BOWYER on E; Messuage of Joseph ROBERTS on S, Sherborne St. on W; and occupied by William THOMAS & Solomon GARDNER
Consideration: £160
Witnesses: T. L. POOLE, Thomas COTHER

[no title]  D3117/1221  29 September 1880

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Sarah DEE, spinster of Tewkesbury
(2) Edward Lashford CAVE of Bromyard, Hereford, gent
(3) James BALLINGER of Kingsholm, brewer
(4) Joseph WILSON of Shuthonger Twyning, farmer
(5) John SURL of Tewkesbury, gas manager
Nos. 19 & 20 Sherborne Street formerly occupied by William THOMAS, and Solomon GARDNER, now occupied by Jas. MANNERS and Matt GURNAY (schedule included 1867-1875)
Consideration: £132 plus 10/-
Witnesses: John R. BAILEY, clerk to (2), Edward BATY, of Wark Northumberland

[no title]  D3117/1327  29 September 1876

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Joseph MEREDITH of Alum St. builder
(2) William EDWARDS of Suffolk St. innkeeper
Six messuages, nos. 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16 Sherborne Street, occupied by Cornelius Silvey WILLIAM, carpenter, Wm. COOK, Henry HILL, David COOK, Jasper HARRIS; land of John GOULD on N; property of (1) on S; Sherborne St. on W
Consideration: £600
Witness: James BRETHERTON, sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/1328a  14 October 1876

Contents:
Mortgage
(1) William EDWARDS of Suffolk St. innkeeper
(2) John POYTRESS of city of Glouc. grocer and tea dealer
Nos. 47 and 48 on N. side of Suffolk Street, occupied by Jas. MAYALL, and Albert WEBB (property originally purchased by (1) off Edwin COOK)
Property in Sherborne Street described D3117/1327
Mortgagee's right to sell specified
Principal: £540
Witnesses: J.H. NORTON, clerk to George W. HAINES, sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/1328b  7 November 1885

Contents:
Reconveyance
(1) John POYTRESS of Glouc. city, grocer
(2) William EDWARDS formerly of Suffolk St. now of Columbia House, Columbia St. innkeeper
All property in Suffolk and Sherborne Streets described D3117/1327, D3117/1328a
Consideration: £540
Witness: Frederick W. BRETHERTON, sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/1329  9 November 1885

Contents:
Mortgage
(1) William EDWARDS of Columbia House, Columbia St, inn-keeper
(2) Charles Stock CLARKE of Chaceley, Worcester, farmer Alfred CLARKE of Ashleworth, retired farmer
All property in Suffolk and Sherborne Streets described D3117/1327, D3117/1328a. Sherborne Street property now occupied by Messrs. PIFFIN, CLIFF, WHITE, PRICE, HUGHES, MORGAN.
A messuage on rear and to N. of Sweet-briar St, in Foundry Street. Memorandum endorsed that property in Suffolk and Foundry Streets was conveyed to Thomas COX of Worcester St. 24 December 1892
Principal: £600
Witness: H.A. BADHAM, sol. Tewkesbury

[no title]  D3117/1330a  8 November 1892

Contents:
Requisitions on Title and Replies
(1) CLARKE (Charles Stock) vendor
(2) BEALE (Alexander Webb) purchaser
Lot 1. Property in Sherborne Street to be sold under power of sale in mortgage 9 November 1885, 1329
Witnesses: A.J. FRANKLIN, purchaser's solicitor, 20 Berkeley St. Glouc., B.N. BADHAM of Tewkesbury

[no title]  D3117/1331  24 December 1892

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Charles Stock CLARKE of Chaceley Worcester, farmer Alfred CLARKE of Ashleworth, retired farmer
(2) Alexander Webb BEALE of Glouc. city, auctioneer and estate agent
Property in Sherborne Street described D3117/1327, now numbered 72, 74, 76, 78, 80, 82
Consideration: £560
Witness: G. C. WELLS, sol. Tewkesbury

[no title]  D3117/1332a  23 February 1914

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Katherine Griffin BEALE, spinster, of Wolverley, Tuffley Crescent,
Walter Herbert CHINERY, 20 Clarence St., auctioneer and valuer, devisees in trust under will of Alexander Webb BEALE
(2) Alfred John WOOD, William Stratford PIMM, both of Wellington St. painters and decorators
Property in Sherborne Street described D3117/1331
Consideration: £500
Witness: Herbert T. BROWN, 2 Prospect Place, Tuffley Avenue, Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/1332b  23 February 1914

Contents:
Mortgage and Transfer
(1) Alfred John WOOD & William Stratford PIMM both of Wellington St., painters and decorators in partnership
(2) Katherine Griffin BEALE, spinster, of Wolverley.
Tuffley Crescent
Walter Herbert CHINERY, 20 Clarence St. auctioneer and valuer
Property in Sherborne Street described D3117/1331
Principal: £400
Witness: Arthur LEWIS, clerk to HANNAM-CLARK, sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/1332c  24 January 1921

Contents:
Transfer
(1)
(2)
(3) Elsie Maud MORGAN, wife of William MORGAN, Green Farm, Quedgeley, farmer
Property as D3117/1332b
Principal: £380
Witnesses: W.S. BROWN, 2 Prospect Place, Tuffley Av., auctioneer's clerk; J.H. FELTON, sol., W.E. FRANKLIN & JONES, Frank JONES, their clerk

[no title]  D3117/1490a  23 December 1823

Contents:
Lease
(1) Joseph ROBERTS of Glouc. city, printer
John CHADBORN of Barton St. gent
(2) Edmund BYNE of Llandaff, Glam., gent
Piece of land near Onyatt Lane occupied by (2); newly built-messuage of Joseph ROBERTS on S.E., newly built messuage of Abraham HILLIER on N; Road on W; land of John BOWYER on E
Consideration: 5/-
Rent: peppercorn
Witnesses: Walter CLUTTERBUCK; Richard COLEY

[no title]  D3117/1490b  24 December 1823

Contents:
Release
(1) Joseph ROBERTS of Glouc. city, printer
(2) John CHADBORN of Barton Street, gent
(3) Edmund BYNE, of Llandaff, Glam, gent
(4) John Edward LEA of Glouc. city, stationer
Property near Onyatt Lane, parish of St. John the Baptist, described D3117/1490a
Consideration: £40
Witnesses: Thomas LEWIS, clerk, Llandaff, Edward STEPHENS, Walter CLUTTERBUCK, Richard COLEY

[no title]  D3117/1491  14 April 1834

Contents:
Demise by way of Mortgage
(1) Charles William BYNE of Llandaff, Glam., gent
(2) John Edward LEA, formerly of Glouc. city, stationer, (trustee of securities below)
(3) Rev. Thomas LEWIS of Llandaff, clerk
Land near Onyatt lane, described D3117/1490a
Term: 500 years
Principal: £120 and 5/-
Witnesses: C.H. BYNE, T. HUCKWELE

[no title]  D3117/1492  24 & 25 April 1837

Contents:
Lease and Release
(1) Rev. Thomas LEWIS of Llandaff
(2) Charles William BYNE of Swansea, gent
(3) William GODSALL, of Glouc. city, carpenter
(4) Richard Hodges CARTER, of Glouc. city, gent
Two newly built messuages in Sherborne Street, adjoining messuage of Joseph ROBERTS on S; newly built messuage of Alram HILLIER on N; road on W; land of John BOWYER on E
Consideration: £120
Witness: I. HUCKWELE, Registrars Office, Llandaff

[no title]  D3117/1493  16 March 1875

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) George PETERS of Bristol Road, builder and contractor
(2) Peter DREW of Regent Glouc. city, gent
Two messuages in Sherborne Street occupied by GALE & PAGE respectively
Consideration: £110
Witness: George W. HAINES, sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/1494  1 May 1878

Contents:
Particulars, Conditions of Sale and Memorandum of Agreement
(1) George MEREDITH of Glouc. city, builder (vendor)
(2) George PETERS, of Gloucester, builder
Lot 1. Freehold house Nos. 1 & 2 Heathville Buildings occupied by Messrs. POULTON and CARPENTER, rents amounting to £18-14 a year, in Sherborne Street; other property in same street specified in particulars of sale
Purchase Price: £200
Witness: BRETHERTON & son, agents for vendors

[no title]  D3117/1495  13 July 1878

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Joseph MEREDITH of Alvin Street, builder
(2) George PETERS, bachelor of Bristol Rd, contractor
Nos. 1 & 2 Heathville Buildings, Sherborne Street
Condition: subject to indenture 10 December 1870 between (1) J. LOVEGROVE, J. CASTREE, junior, (2) Hannah CHOLMLEY (3) G. MEREDITH
Consideration: £200
Witnesses: Fred. H. BRETHERTON, sol. Glouc., Francis W. JONES, sol. Eldon Chambers, Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/1496  1878

Contents:
Abstract of Title 1870 -
(1) Joseph MEREDITH
(2) George PETERS, prospective purchaser
Nos. 1 & 2 Heathville Buildings, Sherborne Street

[no title]  D3117/1497  16 July 1883

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) George PETERS of Bristol Rd., builder & contractor
(2) Edward STEEL of 4 Montpellier Villas, Cheltenham, bootmaker
Nos. 1 & 2 Heathville Buildings, now 52 & 54, and Nos. 18 & 20 Sherborne Street
Principal: £330
Witness: William HEATH, sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/1498  24 September 1885

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Edward STEEL of Eva Villa, Montpellier, Cheltenham, bootmaker
(2) Robert Edward STEEL of Cheltenham, gent
Nos. 18 & 20 Sherborne Street; nos. 52 & 54 Sherborne Street formerly 1 & 2 Heathville Buildings
Consideration: £345
Witness: William HEATH, sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/1499  24 September 1885

Contents:
Mortgage
(1) Robert Edward STEEL of Eva Villa, Montpellier, Cheltenham gent
(2) Edward STEEL of Cheltenham, bootmaker
(3) William HEATH of Cheltenham, gent
Property described D3117/1498
Acknowledgement 24 June 1887 that £170 paid to (3). Memorandum that by indenture June 1887 nos. 19 & 20 Sherborne St. sold to Mr. LANE, Glouc.
Principal: £330
Witnesses: Egbert GREGORY, clerk to William HEATH, sol. Cheltenham

[no title]  D3117/1500  22 December 1892

Contents:
Reconveyance
(1) William HEATH of Cheltenham, gent
(2) Robert Edward STEEL of Cheltenham, gent
Property in Sherborne Street described D3117/1498
Consideration: £160
Witness: W. G. EARENGEY, articled clerk to Robert E. STEEL, sol. Cheltenham

[no title]  D3117/1501  1893

Contents:
Schedule of Deeds 1823 -
(1) R.E. STEEL, 1 Regent St. Cheltenham, solicitor
(2) WILLIS, esq.
Premises in Sherborne Street

[no title]  D3117/1586  28 September 1876

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Joseph MEREDITH of Gloucester, builder
(2) John Gould EAMER of Gloucester, iron merchant
Piece of building land on N.E. of Sherborne Street. Plan included
Consideration: £120
Witness: Frederick H. BRETHERTON, sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/1587  18 August 1879

Contents:
Conveyance (copy)
(1) John Gould EAMER of Glouc. city, iron merchant
(2) Joseph MEREDITH of Glouc. city, builder
Building ground in Sherborne Street described D3117/1586
Memorandum that by indenture 10 November 1879, between (2) and Issabella Walker GREEN, part of property mortgaged. Memo that by indenture 28 May 1880 between (2), I. W. GREEN, and (3) H. MOFFAT, F. SESSIONS, I Marshall STURGE, part of property conveyed to (3)
Consideration: £140
Witnesses: A.J. FRANKLIN; Randolph LEWIS, clerk to SMITH & FRANKLIN, sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/1588  18 August 1879

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) John Gould EAMER of Glouc. city, iron merchant
(2) Joseph MEREDITH, of Glouc. city, builder
Property in Sherborne Street described D3117/1586
Consideration: £140
Witness: Albert J. FRANKLIN, solicitor's articled clerk, Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/1589  10 November 1879

Contents:
Mortgage
(1) Joseph MEREDITH of Glouc. city, builder
(2) Issabella Walker GREEN of Twyning
Part of property described D3117/1588 and nos. 17, 18, 19, 20, occupied by Wm. STOKES, Wm. TOWNLEY, M. FISH, Henry FISH
Principal: £300
Witness: Daniel FRANKLIN, sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/1590  6 February 1882

Contents:
Acknowledgement
(1) Issabella Walker GREEN of Twyning
(2) Richard BROWN of Glouc., grocer and provision dealer
Right to production of deeds for part of building land and messuages in Sherborne Street mortgaged to (2) by Joseph MEREDITH of Glouc. builder
Schedule 1870
Witness: Thomas CHAMBERLAIN

[no title]  D3117/1591  6 February 1882

Contents:
Mortgage
(1) Joseph MEREDITH, of Glouc. city, builder
(2) Richard BROWN, of Glouc. city, grocer and provision merchant
Building land at N.E. extremity of Sherborne St. Road and St. Marks' schoolrooms on W; Sherborne St. on W; hereditaments of Heathville Estate on E, four messuages built on land
Land divided from former by Mission Room
Messuage in Sherborne St. lately built by (1)
Note attached being a promise by (1) to pay (2) £50 twelve months after date of mortgage "for value received"
Principal: £350
Witness: Daniel FRANKLIN, sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/1592  18 February 1884

Contents:
Deed of Further Charge (see D3117/1589)
(1) Joseph MEREDITH of Alvin St., builder
(2) Mrs. Issabella Walker GREEN, widow of Twyning
Property described D3117/1589 - Sherborne Street
Principal: £60
Witness: Daniel FRANKLIN, sol., Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/1593  2 December 1859

Contents:
Agreement
(1) John CROOK, Camp Hill, Birmingham, wood engraver
William Charles FERRIS of Northgate St., hatter, trustee of will of Joseph MEREDITH, builder, deceased
(2) Johanna CROOK, spinster, 41 St. James Street
That vendors will sell nine freehold tenements, inc. a shop, in N. end and E. side of Sherborne St. Vendors to pay costs of JONES & BLAKEWAY
Consideration: £135-10-0
Witnesses: James Thomas BRADLEY, Birmingham, George Sheffield THAKERAY, sol., Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/2402  29 September 1869

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) John Ralph BEDWELL of Bath, esq.
(2) George Johnathan PING of Gloucester, iron merchant
8 messuages known as Suffolk Terrace built as a piece of land described as in (D3117/2459)
Consideration: £340
Witness: Richard JORDAN of Bath

[no title]  D3117/2459  10 December 1849

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) John BRADLEY of Brunswick Square, Gloucester, Lieutenant R.N.
(2) Henry WEAVER of Columbia Street, Gloucester, builder
(3) Joseph LOVEGROVE of Gloucester, gent.
A piece of land at the top of Sweetbriar Street bounded on the south by a ditch dividing the city from the county of Gloucester, formerly part of West Onyatt Ground
Consideration: £45
Witness: Thomas TAYNTON

[no title]  D3117/2460  10 December 1849

Contents:
Mortgage
(1) Henry WEAVER of Columbia Street, Gloucester, builder
(2) Thomas Cuff ADAMS of Bath, Esq.
A piece of land in Sweetbriar Street as described in (D3117/2459)
Principal: £325
Witness: Thomas TAYNTON

[no title or date]  D3117/2461

Contents:
Transfer of mortgage to John Ralph BEDWELL of Northleach, surgeon, dated 10 June 1867. The land then had 8 cottages built upon it

[no title]  D3117/2463 - 2464  24 December 1870

Contents:
Abstract of Title and Conveyance
(1) Harriett Sophia PING of Kingsholm, widow of Johnathan PING
(2) Charles JONES of Gloucester, currier
8 cottages known as Suffolk Terrace built on land described as in (D3117/2459)
Consideration: £305
Witness: Alfred Organ

[no title]  D3117/2465 - 2466  4 February 1905

Contents:
Abstract of Title and Conveyance
(1) Alfred ORGAN of Penarth, Insurance Agent (trustee of the will of Charles Jones, deceased)
(2) Thomas Giles CARTER of 34 Union Street, Gloucester, wheelright
Numbers 45, 47, 49, 51, 53, 55, 57, 59 Sherborne Street, formerly known as Suffolk Terrace together with a piece of land described as in (D3117/2459)
Consideration: £290
Witness: D. Rowlands, Penarth

[no title]  D3117/2467 - 2468  6 February 1905

Contents:
Abstract of Title & Mortgage
(1) Thomas Giles CARTER of 34 Union Street, Gloucester, wheelwright
(2) Margaret Emma JONES of Gloucester, widow
3 messuages and gardens being Nos. 30, 32 & 34 Union Street: also numbers 45, 47, 49, 51, 53, 57 & 59 Sherborne Street and the land on which they are built described as in (D3117/2459). Enclosed memorandum that 3 messuages in Union Street conveyed to Nellie FLETCHER on 29 July 1920
Principal: £300
Witness: John Wilton HAINES, solicitor

[no title]  D3117/4314  1897

Contents:
Schedule of deeds held by:
(1) J. C. RICHARDS, as mortgagor in his own right, and as mortgagee jointly with Mr. J.E. TUCKER as Trustees of Mrs. HIPWOOD's marriage settlement
Refers to 2 cottages in Pool Meadow; 21, 23 & 37 Sherborne St., land in Pool Meadow; land with 4 dwellinghouses in Barton St. Mary, 43 Wellington St., 38 New Street

[no title]  D3117/4315  n.d

Contents:
Schedule of deeds relating to:
(1) Mr. & Mrs. P.C. HIPWOOD
Property described D3117/4313; also nos. 6 & 8 Adelaide St; 108 & 136 Melbourne St; 19 Brunswick Rd; nos. 63, 65, 67 & 69 Upton St; 15 Nettleton Road; 60 London Road; 224, 226, 228 Barton St.

[no title]  D3117/4567  1825-1844

16

Contents:
Building land and two cottages

SIDNEY STREET  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D3117/1503  19 June 1886

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Alfred SLATER of Gloucester, manager of Gloucester Wagon Company Ltd.; Maria EVANS wife of Rev. Edward EVANS of Preston, Glouc.; Herbert Turner SIMPSON of Gloucester city, secretary to Gloucester Wagon Co. Ltd.; trustees under will of Isaac SLATER deceased
(2) Herbert SLATER of Barton Lawn, gent
(3) Thomas TOOMEY of Lower Barton Street, builder
(a) Building land at junction of Sidney Street & Alfred Street; with Sidney St. on N.E.; Alfred St. on S.E; on N property (b) below (1110 sq. yards)
(b) Land in Sydney Street, with Sydney St. on N.E; on S.E. property (a); land formerly of Isaac SLATER on S.W; land of (2) on N.E (plan included)
Memorandum that by 3 indentures of 24 June 1886, nos. 12 Alfred Street & nos. 28 & 29 Sydney Street were conveyed to Harriet TOOMEY
Consideration: £180 & £27 to (2)
Witnesses: P. Barrett COOKE, sol. Gloucester; J. Martin CHIPPING, clerk, Gloucester; Jonathan TWAY, clerk to JONES & BLAKEWAY

[no title]  D3117/1504  2 April 1887

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Thomas TOOMEY formerly of Lower Barton St. now of Alfred St., mason
(2) Catherine LEADER, spinster, of Wellington Parade, London Rd.
Four messuages with appurtenances, Nos. 30,31,32,33 on S. side of Sydney Street with right to use footpath into Albert St.
Consideration: £700
Witness: J.H. JONES, sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/1505  2 April 1887

Contents:
Mortgage and Transfer of Mortgage
(1) Catherine LEADER, spinster of Wellington Parade, London Rd
(2) Elizabeth GOULD, widow of Glouc. city
Property in Sydney Street described D3117/1504
Principal: £460
Witness: J. H. JONES, sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/1505  24 June 1890

Contents:
Transfer of Mortgage
(1) John GOULD of Glouc. city, gent
(2) Catherine LEADER
(3) Alice HODGKISS wife of George H. of Barlcurne Knoll, Worc, city, auctioneer; George Frank MERRETT of Goodyere St. mercantile clerk; George CUMMINGS, of Glouc. city, maltster
Property described above
Principal: £380

[no title]  D3117/1506  1 July 1896

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Catherine LEADER, spinster, 33 Henry Road
(2) Thomas TOOMEY of Jersey Road, builder
Property formerly numbered 31, 32, 33 but now 38, 36, 34 on S. side of Sydney Street with use of footpath through to Albert St.
Consideration: £115
Witness: Jonathan B. DAY, clerk to JONES & BLAKEWAY

[no title]  D3117/1507  1 December 1896

Contents:
Conveyance subject to mortgage (D3117/1506)
(1) Thomas TOOMEY of Jersey Road, builder
(2) Elizabeth PHILLIPS, wife of James P. Orchard House, Wormley, gent
Nos. 34, 36, 38 Sydney Street
Consideration: £165
Witnesses: Jonathan B. DAY, clerk to JONES & BLAKEWAY, J.H. JONES, sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/1508a  25 March 1906

Contents:
Transfer of Mortgage
(1) George Frank MERRETT, 32 Falkner Street, mercantile clerk, George CUMMINGS of Glouc. city, maltster
(2) Elizabeth PHILLIPS, wife of James PHILLIPS, 78 Howard Street, gent
(3) Florence Edith TANNER wife of William TANNER (Penydarren, Merthyr Tydfil)
Mortgage and property numbered 34, 36, 38 Sidney Street (Note that deed prepared before death of G.C. who died same year).
Principal: £380
Witnesses: Arthur J. THOMAS, clerk to JONES & BLAKEWAY, T.H. DOWDING, clerk to J & B

[no title]  D3117/1508b  26 March 1906

Contents:
Transfer of Mortgage
(1) Florence Edith TANNER
(2) George Frank MERRETT
Mortgage and property numbered 34, 36, 38 Sydney Street
Principal: £380
Witness: Alfred SWYME, Rhyader

[no title]  D3117/1509  7 October 1908

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Elizabeth PHILLIPS, 88 Howard Street, wife of James PHILLIPS
(2) George Frank MERRETT of Glouc. city, mercantile clerk
(3) Alexander CRANE, of Glouc. city, coal merchant William CRANE of Stanley House, Pontnewydd, Pontypool, insurance agent; Charles CRANE of Hatfield House, Weston-super-Mare, retired; Isaac CRANE of 4 St. James Parade, Bristol, fireworks manufacturer, sons of (1)
Nos. 34, 36, 38 Sydney Street
Consideration: £380
Witness: Jonathan B. DAY, clerk to JONES & BLAKEWAY, solrs. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/1510  26 July 1913

Contents:
(1) Alexander CRANE of Glouc. city, coal merchant
(2) William CRANE of Pontnewydd, Mon., insurance agent
(3) Barbara CRANE, widow, of Newport
(4) Isaac CRANE of St. James Parade, Bristol, fireworks manufacturer
(5) Albert George FAULKNER of 78 Falkner St., engineer
Nos. 34, 36, 38 Sydney Street
Consideration: £540
Witnesses: J.H. JONES; Mary Beatrice WHITTINGTON of Pontnewydd; Arthur I. WEEKS, solrs. Newport

[no title]  D3117/1511  9 July 1920

Contents:
Letter
(1) Estate Duty Office, of Inland Revenue, Somerset House
(2) Messrs. JONES & BLAKEWAY, solrs. acting for trustees of Charles CRANE deceased
Relating that since the deceased's estate did not exceed £100 there is no Estate Duty owing

[no title]  D3117/1512  1921

Contents:
Correspondence (6 sheets)
Relating to Mortgage, including schedule of deeds and solicitor's bill
(1) Cheltenham and Gloucester Building Society
(2) John EVANS of Glouc. city, mortgagor
No. 36 Sidney Street
BRETHERTON & Sons, solicitors, Glouc.

SINOPE STREET  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D3117/1583  3 June 1892

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) George ULETT of Manchester, upholsterer, Matilda LEONARD, widow, of Victoria Inn, Lower Barton St. Edwin HARDING of Lower Barton St. soda water manufacturer, trustees of late John MANN (ditto), innkeeper
(2) Edward BAKER, 37 Dineley St. labourer
No. 9 Sinope St. occupied by Mary KEWDRICE; Street on E; No.7 on S; premises of Misses MORETON and Mrs. WILESMITH on W
Consideration: £115
Witnesses: Harry Smith CARTER of Manchester, insurance surveyor, George H. ROMANS, clerk to COREW & Son, solrs. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/1584  11 December 1897

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Edward BAKER, 37 Dineley St. Glouc. blacksmith
(2) Edwin HARDING of Lower Barton St. mineral water manufacturer
No. 9 Sinope Street
Consideration: £120
Witness: A.J. FRANKLIN

[no title]  D3117/1585  1918

Contents:
Abstract of Title 1897 -
(1) Mrs. Annie Elizabeth HARDING
(2) John GEORGE, prospective purchaser
No. 9 Sinope Street
Witness: FRANKLIN & JONES, solrs. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/1706  1856

Contents:
Abstract of Title 1801 -
(1) John MANN
(2) Reuben HILL, prospective purchaser
Freehold land near Barton Street
Witness: WILKES, sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/1707  21 July 1857

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) John MANN of Barton Street, victualler
(2) Reuben HILL of Cam, builder
(3) Thomas WILKINS of Cam, baker
Piece of land in newly planned Sinope Street; street on E, land of (1) and Messrs. WILESMITH and MORETON on S; land of Archibald Dinely GOODYAR on W; messuages of Sam. SMITH and Joseph MANN on N
Consideration: £104
Witness: K. ROBERTS, clerk to George P. WILKES, sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/1708  22 July 1857

Contents:
Mortgage
(1) Reuben HILL of Cam, builder
(2) Matthew LEWIS of Coldthrop, gent
Land and messuages in Sinope Street described D3117/1707
Principal: £250
Witness: James BRETHERTON, sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/1709  21 October 1857

Contents:
Deed of Further charge
(1) Reuben HILL, of Cam, builder
(2) James POWELL of Woolwich, Kent, army captain Reuben Hill POWELL, ditto, military ensign
(3) Matthew LEWIS of Coldthrop, gent
Land and six messuages in Sinope Street
Principal: £150
Witness: James BRETHERTON

[no title]  D3117/1710  16 May 1860

Contents:
Transfer of Mortgage (promisory note for £400 included)
(1) Samuel Newman DOWDESWELL of Standish, farmer Thomas CHANDLER of Haresfield, gent, trustees and executors of Matthew LEWIS, deceased
(2) Reuben HILL of Cam, builder
(3) William BUTCHER of Standish, gent
Property in Sinope Street, described D3117/1707
Principal: £400
Witness: James BRETHERTON

[no title]  D3117/1711  Oct.-Dec. 1864

Contents:
Succession Account and Receipt
(1) Elizabeth LEE, wife of William LEE, 9 Bedford St. Glouc.
(2) Reuben HILL of Cam, builder, deceased
Six freehold messuages in Sinope Street, occupied by Jas. SAYSELL, Robert PARISH, Henry CHAPMAN, John WILKS, Thomas WILLIAMS, Wm. ROBINSON; total rents £49 per year
Witnesses: F. N. EWLY, G.W. MAUNDER, James WHITMORE

[no title]  D3117/1712  29 May 1886

Contents:
Transfer of Mortgage
(1) William Henry WITHEY, of Stroud, gent Frederick Hawkins BRETHERTON, of Glouc. city, gent
(2) Mary Jane BUBB wife of George Cooper BUBB of Frampton-on-Severn, gent
(3) George Cooper BUBB
Property in Sinope St. described D3117/1711
Principal: £350
Witnesses: Joseph FREEMAN, grocer's assistant, Stroud Arthur E. SHORTLAND, clerk to BRETHERTON and Son

[no title]  D3117/1713  14 December 1882

Contents:
Transfer of Mortgage
(1) William Henry WITHEY, of Stroud, gent
(2) Frederick Hawkins BRETHERTON of Glouc. city, gent
(3) William Henry WITHEY and Frederick Hawkins BRETHERTON
Mortgage debts of £400 on property in Sinope Street
Consideration: 5/-
Witness: William Bubb WITHEY of Stroud

[no title]  D3117/1714  6 December 1897

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Elizabeth LEE, widow, of Charfield
(2) Mary Jane BUBB, widow, of Frampton-on-Severn
(3) Edmund John WILLIS of Clarence Street, estate agent
Six messuages, numbered 11-21 Sinope St, described D3117/1711, 1707
Consideration: £400
Witness: Fred H. BRETHERTON, sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/1715  1922

Contents:
Abstract of Title 1856-
(1) Mrs. F.L. WILLIS
Six freehold houses 11-21 Sinope Street

[no title]  D3117/1716  2 September 1929

Contents:
Requisition for an official Search in Register of Local Land Charges (printed form)
(1) GRIMES, MADGE, LLOYD, 20 Bell Lane, applicants
Six messuages in Sinope Street
Witness: G.B. McINTIRE, local Registrar

[no title]  D3117/1717  5 September 1929

Contents:
Surrender and Release of Mortgage
(1) Lloyds Bank Ltd.
(2) Fanny Louisa WILLIS, widow, of Reigate, Surrey
Six houses in Sinope Street
Five freehold messuages 22-30 Prince Street
Witness: seal of bank, no signatures of Director and assistant secretary

[no title]  D3117/2987  1577

Contents:
Abstract of Title 1877 -
(1) James HEAVEN
Twelve lots of building land in Barton St. Mary, fronting Widdin, Sinope & Napier Streets
Witness: BURRUP & CUREW, solrs. Glos.

[no title]  D3117/3439  19 May 1885

Contents:
Probate of will and codicil
(1) John ROBINS of Lower Barton St. gent; testator
(2) William Piffe BROWN; Edward TUCKER, trustees appointed
(3) Elizabeth Ann PALMER, testator's housekeeper
(4) Rachel MARTIN (sister)
(5) Daniel REEVES (nephew)
(6) Sarah BALE, niece of testator's wife
(7) Giles COATES, Jasper BARTLETT, Bartley BARTLETT (nephew)
(8) Amey MARTIN, Noah MARTIN, children of (4)
Will made 29 August 1876, codicil dated 1 November 1879
Messuages nos. 14 & 15 in Wellington St. (Hampden Place); a messuage in Lower Barton St.; messuages in Sinope St.
Witnesses: John H. COLEMAN; George COX; Robert NOAKES of Station Road, solicitor's clerk

[no title]  D3117/3440  14 December 1885

Contents:
Mortgage
(1) David FAIRWEATHER of Glouc. city, draper
(2) Joseph Ruscombe POOLE, gent; William THOMPSON, ironmonger, both of Bridgwater, Somerset, trustees of the "Second Equitable Permanent Benefit Building Society" at Bridgwater
Nos. 1-7, now known as 2-14 (even numbers) with garden Sinope St. occupied by RAVENHILL, EGGERTON; PINDER, HEWLETT, WHITE, SADLER, RICHARDS
Receipt for principal consideration endorsed dated 25 March 1890
Principal: £600
Witnesses: Thomas ALDRIDGE clerk to R.I. BALE & Son of Bridgwater, Arthur SQUIBBS clerk to REID and COOK of Bridgwater

SOMERSET PLACE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D3117/1566  27 November 1834

Contents:
Covenant to stand Seized
(1) George Otter DAVENPORT of Glouc. city, painter
(2) John Arthur DAVENPORT, of Glouc. city, painter
No. 6 Somerset Place, occupied by JACKSON
Consideration: natural love and affection
Witness: W. MATTHEWS, sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/1567  18 April 1836

Contents:
Marriage Settlement
(1) John BURNETT, bachelor, of Glouc. city, innkeeper
(2) Margaret HATTON, spinster, ditto
(3) John Arthur DAVENPORT, ditto, painter
Hansel BAIRD, ditto, grocer, trustees appointed
£300 to be administered in trust
Consideration: impending marriage
Witness: W. MATTHEWS, sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/1568  25 April 1836

Contents:
Mortgage
(1) John Arthur DAVENPORT of Glouc. city, painter
(2) Hansel BAIRD of Gloucester, grocer
(3) John BURNETT, of Gloucester, innkeeper
(4) Margaret HATTON, spinster, ditto
No. 6 Somerset Place
Term: 500 years
Principal: £300
Witness: Henry REA, clerk to MATTHEWS, sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/1569  9 September 1851

Contents:
Marriage Settlement
(1) Thomas PEARCE of Barton Street, gent
(2) Margaret BURNETT, widow of Victoria Street
(3) Thomas DAINTY of Barton St. gent, Frederick Lewis
TIBBITS of Glouc. city, gent, trustees appointed
Three hundred pounds and furniture, linen and plate in No. 3 Victoria Street, upon trust
Witness: C. N. BARRETT, of Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/1570  c.1872 undated

Contents:
Probate of Will
(1) Hansel BAIRD, widower, of Cromwell St, grocer, who died 25 September 1857 intestate
(2) Laura Croft BAIRD, spinster, Mary Ann BAIRD, spinster, Caroline Ann SKINNER wife of Thomas Martin S., children of the deceased
No. 6 Somerset Place, mortgaged for term of 500 years to secure £300 and interest, mortgagee Margaret PEARCE, who has appeared to administer
Letters of Administration issued 25 July 1872
Witness: Edward F. TURNER, Registrar
Extracted by T. WHITE & Sons, solrs. of Bedford Row

[no title]  D3117/1571  21 February 1872

Contents:
Deed revoking Trusts
(1) Margaret PEARCE, widow, of Somerset Place, Bristol Road, formerly Margaret BURNETT, widow
(2) Thomas DAINTY; Frederick Lewis TIBBETTS, trustees
Revocation of marriage settlement of September 1851 (D3117/1569) upon death of Thomas PEARCE and granting of trust monies to trustees
Witness: John WARD

[no title]  D3117/1572  11 October 1872

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Charles Wilkinson BARRETT of Thurlow Square, Brompton, Middx. gent
(2) Margaret PEARCE, widow, of Regent St. Glouc. city
(3) Edward T. SMITH of Glouc. city, carrier
No. 6 Somerset Place
Term: Residue of 500 years merged in a full conveyance
Consideration: £175 and 5/-
Witnesses: W. Piffe BROWN, sol. Glouc., John WARD of Wotton, Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/1573  3 March 1875

Contents:
(1) Edward T. SMITH of Glouc. city, corn merchant, formerly a carrier
(2) Alfred William WEBB of Worcester Street, accountant
Messuage and garden, no. 6 Somerset Place, occupied (1)
Consideration: £100
Witness: George W. HAINES, sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/1574  1875 -

Contents:
Abstract of Title
(1) Messrs. Trevor POWELL & J.W.D. HUME, executors and trustees of will of A.W. WEBB deceased
(2) David LEWIS, prospective purchaser
No. 11 formerly no.6 Somerset Place
Witness: W.W. GRIMES, solr. Glouc.

SOUTHGATE STREET  [no ref. or date]

[no title or date]  D3117/1243

Contents:
Lease and release
a) Lease for a year, dated 8 October, 1804
(1) Daniel TROTMAN of Tetbury, Gloucs., gent, and Susannah his wife, one of the surviving daughters and coheiresses of Matthew SMITH, late of Gloucester, tobacconist, deceased
(2) William DEANE of Frocester, clothier
Cottage in Southgate Street, adjoining the garden of (1) on the west, 2 stables on the E, the Ram Inn Court yard on the N and fronting Black Friars Lane on the S; back-kitchen and cellar nearby; the two stables adjoining; and a right of way for (2) to the pump in the passage dividing the stables and malthouse
Term: One year
Rent: One peppercorn, if demanded
Witnesses: James YOUNG; Thomas TAYLER
b Release, dated 9 October, 1804
(1) Daniel TROTMAN and Susannah his wife
(2) John TROTMAN of Axbridge, Somerset, haberdasher
(3) Edward PLOMER of Bonds Mill, Stonehouse, clothier
(4) Nathaniel BLACKWELL of Dursley, gent
Property described (a). Schedule 1710 -, included
Consideration: £210
Witnesses: Thomas TAYLER; James YOUNG; I. MILLER

[no title]  D3117/1244  9 October 1804

Contents:
Assignment of a mortgage
(1) Robert COLE of Berkeley, gent
(2) John TROTMAN, the younger, of Axbridge, Somerset, haberdasher
(3) William DEANE of Frocester, innholder
(4) Daniel SMITH of Frocester, gent
Undivided moiety or half part of land in property described D3117/1243
Consideration: 5/-
Witnesses: Thomas TAYLER; James YOUNG; J. MILLER

[no title]  D3117/1245  9 October, 1804

Contents:
Bond of indemnity
(1) David TROTMAN of Tetbury, gent, John TROTMAN of Axbridge, Somerset, haberdasher
(2) William DEANE of Frocester, innholder
Principal: £200, refer D3117/1244
Witness: James YOUNG of Dursley, attorney

[no title]  D3117/1246  11 October 1804

Contents:
Mortgage
(1) William DEANE of Frocester, innholder
(2) Rev. Joseph BURCHELL of Tetbury, minister
Property described D3117/1243, and all property deeds
Rent: one peppercorn
Consideration: £100 and interest
Witnesses: John DEANE, James YOUNG

[no title]  D3117/1247  25 June 1807

Contents:
Feoffment
(1) William DEANE of Frocester, innholder
(2) James TYERS of Gloucester, innholder
(3) John WASHBOURN of Gloucester, bookseller & stationer
Property described D3117/1243
Consideration: £160
Witnesses: J. MILLER; John LA - Y

[no title]  D3117/1248  9 February 1829

2 copies

Contents:
Extract from the Registry of the Lord Bishop of Gloucester, of the administration of:
(1) Daniel SMITH late of Frocester

[no title]  D3117/1249  15 November 1810

Contents:
Bond
(1) James TYERS of Gloucester, innholder
(2) Isaac BYFORD of Slimbridge, stone mason
Principal: £150 with interest
Witnesses: Henry YOUNG; John MILLARD

[no title]  D3117/1250  15 November 1810

Contents:
Assignment of a mortgage, term of 500 years
(1) Rev. Joseph BURCHELL of Tetbury, minister
(2) James TYERS of Gloucester, innholder
(3) Isaac BYFORD of Slimbridge, stone mason
Property described D3117/1243
Consideration: £150 and interest
Witnesses: Henry YOUNG; John MILLARD

[no title]  D3117/1252  12 October 1776

Contents:
Marriage settlement
(1) Francis BRABANT of Gloucester, gent
(2) Elizabeth TYLER of Gloucester, spinster
(3) Abraham RUDHALL of Gloucester, mercer; and Thomas RUDHALL of Gloucester, bellfounder
Messuage called 'The Ram' with stables and appurtenances in Southgate Street, now occupied by Samuel KING
Term: remainder of 20 years
Consideration: the intended marriage and 10/-
Witnesses: John RUDHALL, S.M. SANES (?)

[no title]  D3117/1253a  24 May, 1778

Contents:
Lease for a year
(1) Francis BRABANT of Gloucester, gent, and Elizabeth his wife
(2) James HAMMOND of High Wollastone, Glouc., gent
Messuages described D3117/1252, and the reversions, rents and profits
Term: One year
Consideration: 5/-
Witnesses: John BLENKENSOP; James DAVIES

[no title]  D3117/1253b  25 May 1778

Contents:
Release to uses
(1) Frances BRABANT of Glouc. gent, and Elizabeth his wife
(2) James HAMMOND of High Wollastone, Gloucs., gent
Property described D3117/1252
Term: 500 years
Consideration: £250
Witnesses: John BLENKENSOP; James DAVIES

[no title]  D3117/1253c  1780

Contents:
Right hand indenture
(1) George CONIBEERE (pet.)
(2) James HAMMOND of High Wollastone, Gloucs., gent
Property described D3117/1252
Consideration: £250
Witnesses: Before Henry GOULD & George NARES, justices

[no title]  D3117/1254  26 September 1780

Contents:
Mortgage
(1) James HAMMOND of High Wollastone, gent
(2) John BLENKENSOP, late of Gloucester, now of Reading, Dr. in Physic, and Elizabeth his wife, the widow of Francis BRABANT
(3) Peter SMITH, late of Tidenham, Gloucs., and now of Chepstow, gent
Tenement called 'The Ram' with stables, court and appurtenances in Southgate Street
Term: 500 years
Consideration: £250
Witnesses: James DAVIES; Henry DEANE

[no title]  D3117/1255  3 January 1783

Contents:
Extract from the Registry of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury of the will of:
(1) Peter SMITH, late of Chepstow, Mon, yeoman
Witnesses: Charles DYNELEY; John IGGULDEN, Charles BEDFORD

[no title]  D3117/1256a  7 October 1785

Contents:
Lease for a year
(1) John BLENKENSON of Reading, Berks., Doctor in Physic and Elizabeth his wife
(2) Thomas DAVIS of Chepstow, Mon, gent
'Ram Inn' with appurtenances
Term: One year
Rent: One peppercorn
Consideration: 5/-
Witnesses: W(?) AN DREWS of Reading, attorney; John ARCHER, clerk to above

[no title]  D3117/1256b  8 October 1785

Contents:
Release of equity of redemption and assignment of mortgage term to attend the inheritance
(1) John BLENKENSOP of Reading and Elizabeth his wife
(2) Anthony BENSON of Chepstow, mariner, and Margaret his wife
(3) Thomas DAVIS of Chepstow, gent
(4) John BALDWIN of Chepstow, merchant
The 'Ram Inn' with appurtenances
Term: Mortgage term of 500 years
Consideration: £300, £20 and 10/-
Witnesses: W(?) ANDREWS; John ARCHER, clerk to Mr. ANDREWS

[no title]  D3117/1257  8 October 1785

Contents:
Oath made in Chancery
(1) Anthony BENSON and Margaret his wife, plaintiffs
(2) John BLENKENSOP and Elizabeth his wife, defendants
(2) Swears that they have not made any deed or conveyance to change the conditions concerning a tenement with appurtenances called the 'Ram Inn' intended to be conveyed the 7th & 8th October, 1785, refer D3117/1256a & b
Witness: W(?) ANDREWS

[no title]  D3117/1258  28 September 1787

Contents:
Lease for a year
(1) Thomas DAVIS of Chepstow, Mon, gent; Anthony BENSON of Chepstow, mariner
(2) Richard PEMBER of Gloucester, gent
The 'Ram Inn' with appurtenances
Term: One year
Rent: A peppercorn
Consideration: 5/-
Witnesses: Thomas CHAMBERS; D. WHATLEY

[no title]  D3117/1258a  29 September 1789

Contents:
Assignment of a term and a conveyance of the fee
(1) John BALDWYN of Chepstow, merchant
(2) Thomas DAVIS of Chepstow, gent
(3) Anthony BENSON of Chepstow, mariner
(4) George CONIBEERE of Gloucester, whitesmith
(5) Richard PEMBER of Gloucester, gent
(6) William DEANE of Gloucester, timber merchant
'Ram Inn' with appurtenances
Term: 500 years
Consideration: 5/-; £510
Witnesses: Thomas CHAMBERS; D. WHATLEY, clerk to Mr. PEMBERS

[no title]  D3117/1259  21 & 22 April 1796

Contents:
Lease for a year, and assignment of term
(1) William DEANE of Gloucester, innholder
(2) Richard CHAMBERLAYNE of Hasfield, Gloucs., yeoman
The 'Ram Inn', with stables, court yard and appurtenances, with all houses, outhouses, buildings, backsides, shops, cellars and pavements
Term: One year
Rent: One peppercorn
Consideration: 5/-
Witnesses: William DEANE, junior; Anne DEANE
Assignment of term
(1) Francis LAWSON, Esq. late of Severn Stoke, Worcs., now of Weston, Herefords.
(2) William DEANE of Gloucester, innholder
(3) Richard CHAMBERLAYNE of Hasfield, Gloucs., yeoman
(4) George WHATLEY of Gloucester, gent
The 'Ram Inn' with appurtenances
Term: 1000 years
Consideration: £500 total and 5/-
Witnesses: Charles WHATLEY; William MOULTON; William DEANE junior; Anne DEANE

[no title]  D3117/1260  8 October 1801

Contents:
Probate of will
(1) William DEANE of Gloucester, innholder (testator)
(2) Elizabeth DEANE, widow of testator
(3) William DEANE, junior; John DEANE, sons of testator
(4) William HOLTHAM, grandson of testator
Personal estate and sums of money
Witnesses: John GARDNER; Thomas PINNELL

[no title or date]  D3117/1261

Contents:
Certificates of baptism and funeral of
(1) William HOLTHAM of Gloucester
Witnessed: Arthur Benoni EVANS, vicar of Barnwood; Thomas EVANS, curate of St. Mary de Crypt

[no title]  D3117/1262  29 September 1787

Contents:
Mortgage
(1) William DEANE of Gloucester, timber merchant
(2) Francis LAWSON Esq. of Severn Stoke, Worcs.
The 'Ram Inn' with appurtenances
Term: One peppercorn
Consideration: £200
Witnesses: D. WHATLEY; G.W. KING

[no title]  D3117/1263  24 & 25 March 1806

Contents:
Lease for a year and release in fee
(1) Richard CHAMBERLAYNE of Haresfield, yeoman
Elizabeth DEANE of Frocester, Gloucs., widow and relict of William DEANE, formerly of Gloucester, timber merchant and afterwards inn-holder
William DEANE of Frocester, innholder
(2) James TYERS of Gloucester, innholder, William DRINKWATER of Gloucester, inn holder
The 'Ram Inn' with appurtenances
Term: One year
Consideration: 5/-
Witnesses: Edward BLOXSOME; John WHEATSTONE
Release in fee
(1) Elizabeth DEANE of Frocester, widow
(2) William DEANE, of Frocester, innholder
(3) Richard CHAMBERLAYNE of Haresfield, yeoman
(4) John WHITHORNE Esq. of Charlton Kings
(5) Robert CONIBEERE of Gloucester, gent
(6) George WHATLEY of Gloucester, gent
(7) James TYERS of Gloucester, innholder
(8) William DRINKWATER of Gloucester, innholder
(9) John Gregory WELCH Esq. of Staverton
(10) James YEARSLEY of Gloucester, innholder
The 'Ram Inn' with appurtenances, now in the possession of (7)
Term: To (7) & (8) for the term of (7) natural life, to (9) for the remainder of the term of 500 years, to (10) for the residue of 1000 years
Consideration: £130 total, and 10/-
Witnesses: Edward BLUXSOME, James ROBINS

[no title]  D3117/1264  26 March 1806

Contents:
Mortgage
(1) James TYERS of Gloucester, innholder
(2) John WHITHORNE Esq. of Charlton Kings
The 'Ram Inn' with appurtenances
Term: 1000 years
Consideration: £800, with interest, and 10/-
Witnesses: Edward BLOXSOME; John WHEATSTONE

[no title]  D3117/1264 a  26 March 1806

Contents:
Bond to accompany mortgage
(1) James TYERS of Gloucester, innholder
(2) John WHITHORNE of Charlton Kings
Principal: £800 with interest
Witnesses: Edward BLOXSOME; John WHEATSTONE

[no title]  D3117/1265  6 May 1809

Contents:
Assignment of Mortgage
(1) John WHITHORNE, Esq. of Charlton Kings
(2) James TYERS of Gloucester, innholder
(3) Edward BLOXSOME of Dursley, gent
'Ram Inn' with appurtenances
Term: 1000 years
Consideration: £800
Witnesses: C. W. LOVERY, M. LAMBURN, attorney, J. MILLER, attorney at Law, Dursley

[no title or date]  D3117/1265a

Contents:
Bond
(1) James TYERS of Gloucester, innholder
(2) Edward BLOXSOME of Dursley, gent
Principal: £800
Witnesses: M. LAMBURN; J. MILLER

[no title]  D3117/1266  nd

Contents:
Extracts from wills
a) Will of: Proved 13 October 1818
(1) James YEARSLEY of Gloucester (testator)
(2) Ann YEARSLEY, widow of above
Estate unspecified
Witnesses: Charles DYNELEY; John IGGULDEN, Charles BEDFORD, Deputy Registrars
b) Will of: Proved 24 March 1830
(1) Ann YEARSLEY, late of Tewkesbury, widow (testator)
(2) Robert Giles James Robert COPEMAN; Charlotte COLLETT
Estate unspecified
Witnesses: Charles DYNELEY, John IGGULDEN; Charles BEDFORD, Deputy Registrars

[no title]  D3117/1267  28 December 1814

Contents:
Surcharge and bond
(1) James TYERS of Gloucester, innholder
(2) Edward BLOXSOME of Dursley, gent
'Ram Inn' with appurtenances
Term: Remainder of 1000 years
Consideration: £700
Witness: James BLOXSOME
Bond
(1) James TYERS of Gloucester, innholder
(2) Edward BLOXSOME of Dursley, gent
Principal: £700 with interest
Witness: James BLOXSOME

[no title]  D3117/1268  3 March 1831

Contents:
Limited administration of the effects of
(1) Peter SMITH, deceased, of Chepstow, gent
Witnesses: Charles DYNELEY; John IGGULDEN, Charles BEDFORD, Deputy Registrars

[no title]  D3117/1269  22 June 1830

Contents:
Probate of will
(1) James TYERS of Gloucester, innkeeper (testator)
(2) Ann TYERS, wife of above
Estate unspecified
Witnesses: John BURGESS; John COMPTON; W.J. KING

[no title]  D3117/1270  28 & 29 June 1830

Contents:
Lease and conveyance
a) Lease for a year
(1) Ann TYERS of Gloucester, widow
(2) Thomas BREWER of Wheatenhurst, gent; Edward BLOXSOME of Dursley, gent
Ram Inn with appurtenances; messuage in Southgate St., now also known as part of the 'Ram Inn'; cottage near Southgate St.
Term: One year
Rent: A peppercorn
Consideration: 5/-
Witnesses: John BURRUP, attorney at law, Gloucester; Edward BLOXSOME junior, attorney at law, Dursley
b) Conveyance
(1) Ann TYERS of Gloucester, widow
(2) Thomas BREWER of Wheatenhurst, Gloucester, gent; Edward BLOXSOME of Dursley, gent
Property described D3117/1270/a
Consideration: 10/-
Term: One year
Witnesses: John BURRUP, attorney at law, Gloucester, Edward BLOXSOME, attorney at law, Dursley

[no title]  D3117/1271  13 & 14 July 1831

Contents:
Lease and conveyance
a) Lease for a year
(1) Thomas BREWER of Wheatenhurst, gent, Edward BLOXSOME of Dursley, gent; James WADLEY of Wheatenhurst, gent
(2) Richard William JOHNSON; Ben JOHNSON, Charles James TASKER, all of Gloucester, wine merchants
'Ram Inn' with appurtenances; messuage adjoining; messuage with courtyard adjoining cottage near Southgate St; late back-kitchen, now used as stables; two stables
Term: One year
Rent: A peppercorn, if demanded
Consideration: 5/-
Witness: George F. BLOXSOME of Dursley, gent
b) Conveyance
(1) Thomas BREWER of Wheatenhurst, gent, Edward BLOXSOME of Dursley, gent
(2) as (1) above
(3) James WADLEY of Wheatenhurst, gent
(4) Martha WADLEY of Wheatenhurst, widow of the late John WADLEY
(5) John ENGLEY of Eastington, gent
(6) Isaac BIFFORD of Slimbridge, mason
(7) Richard William JOHNSON; Ben JOHNSON and Charles James THOKER all of Gloucester, wine merchants
b) Ram Inn with appurtenances. Plan included
Consideration: £4000 total
Witnesses: George F. BLOXSOME of Dursley, gent, R.H. CARTER, sol. Glouc., W.T. WELLS, attorney, Dursley

[no title]  D3117/1272  15 & 16 July 1831

Contents:
Lease, bond and mortgage
a) Lease for a year
(1) Richard William JOHNSON; Ben JOHNSON; Charles James TASKER, of Gloucester, wine merchants
(2) Thomas BREWER of Wheatenhurst, gent, Edward BLOXSOME
'Ram Inn' with appurtenances
Term: One year
Rent: A peppercorn
Consideration: 5/-
Witnesses: Berkeley W. BLOXSOME; R.H. CARTER
b) Bond
(1) Richard William JOHNSON, Ben JOHNSON, Charles James TASKER
(2) Thomas BREWER of Wheatenhurst & Edward BLOXSOME
Consideration: £3500 with interest
Witnesses: Berkeley H. BLOXSOME; R.H. CARTER
c) Mortgage
(1) Richard William JOHNSON; Ben JOHNSON; Charles James TASKER
(2) Thomas BREWER and Edward BLOXSOME
'Ram Inn' with appurtenances
Consideration: £3500
Witnesses: R.H. CARTER, sol. Glouc.; Berkeley M. BLOXSOME, sol. Dursley
Memoranda: Stating that (2) advanced £2500 of the full consideration of £3500, being Trust money belonging to them as Trustees & Executors of the will of John WADLEY, late of Wheatenhurst, innholder, and the remaining £1000 was the residue by Martha WADLEY of Wheatenhurst, widow, out of her own monies

[no title]  D3117/1273  16 July 1831

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage & terms
(1) Alfred JACKSON of Dursley, gent
(2) John WICKINS of Frocester, carpenter, and Ann his wife
(3) Richard William JOHNSON; Ben JOHNSON; Charles James TASKER of Gloucester, wine merchants & caprenters
(4) Thomas BREWER of Wheatenhurst, gent; Edward BLOXSOME of Dursley, gent
(5) Berkeley Wathen BLOXSOME of Dursley, gent
'Ram Inn' with appurtenances
Terms: Two terms of 500 years
Consideration: £3500 with interest
Witnesses: R.W.R. WALLS, attorney, Dursley; R.H. CARTER, sol. Glouc.; G.F. BLOXSOME of Dursley, gent
16 April 1858
Endorsement (on 2nd sheet)
(1) Mary Carolina BLOXSOME, late of Dursley and now of Cheltenham, widow of Berkeley W. BLOXSOME
(2) Edward BLOXSOME of Dursley; Elizabeth BLOXSOME of Dursley, spinster
(3) Martha WADLEY of Wheatenhurst, widow
Messuage described above comprised in the 2 terms of 500 years
Witnesses: M. EDWARDS; Oswald EXELL of Dursley

[no title]  D3117/1274  27 & 28 March 1835

Contents:
Lease and mortgage
a) Lease for a year
(1) Richard William JOHNSON of Gloucester, gent; Ben JOHNSON of Gloucester, gent; Charles James TASKER of Gloucester, gent
(2) John Aubrey WHITCOMBE of Gloucester, gent
'Ram Inn' with appurtenances, now in the occupation of Daniel MOUSEL
Term: One year
Rent: One peppercorn
Consideration: 5/-
Witness: Richard HELPS, junior, sol. Glouc.
b) Mortgage
(1) Richard William JOHNSON, Ben JOHNSON; Charles James TASKER
(2) John Aubrey WHITCOMBE
'Ram Inn' with appurtenances
Consideration: £2000, with interest
Witness: Richard HELPS, junior

[no title]  D3117/1275  28 March 1835

Contents:
Declaration of Trust
(1) John Aubrey WHITCOMBE of Gloucester, gent
(2) Richard William JOHNSON; Ben JOHNSON; Charles James TASKER
(3) Charles GRIFFITH Esq. of Gloucester; Thomas HOLT; John AMOTT; of Gloucester, gentlemen (3 trustees of the Gloucester County and City Bank)
Witnesses: Richard HELPS, junior; James WINTLE, junior

[no title]  D3117/1276  17 January 1838

Contents:
Declaration of Trust
(1) John Aubrey WHITCOMBE of Gloucester, gent
(2) Thomas HOLT; John AMOTT, gents; both of Gloucester
(3) Richard William JOHNSON; Ben JOHNSON; Charles James TASKER
(4) Daniel John NIBLETT Esq. of Haresfield Court; James Woodbridge WALTERS Esq. of Barnwood House; Thomas Clutterbuck CROOME Esq. of Cainscross, Gloucs., (trustees of County of Gloucester Bank)
Witnesses: John DAWNES; James WINTLE junior; clerk to Messrs. WHITCOMBE & HELPS, sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/1277  6 May 1839

Contents:
Conveyance of interest in equity of redemption
(1) Thomas BONSER of Newgate Market, London, meat salesman; Richard PARKER of Hamborough Wharf of London, wharfinger
(2) Richard William JOHNSON of Gloucester, merchant
'Ram Inn' with appurtenances
Consideration: £65
Witnesses: Matthew THOMPSON, solicitor; John CHADBORN; H. HOSKINS

[no title]  D3117/1278  15 & 16 October, 1839

Contents:
Lease and conveyance
a) Lease for a year
(1) Richard William JOHNSON; Ben JOHNSON and Charles James TASKER
(2) Daniel MOUSELL of Gloucester, innkeeper
'Ram Inn' with appurtenances
Term: One year
Rent: One peppercorn
Consideration: 5/-
Witnesses: E.B. SWANN, sol. Glouc; James W. WALTERS, banker
b) Conveyance
(1) Richard William JOHNSON; Ben JOHNSON; Charles James HASKER
(2) Thomas BREWER of Wheatenhurst; Edward BLOXSOME of Dursley; gentlemen
(3) Daniel MOUSELL of Gloucester, innkeeper
(4) Robert GILES of Berkeley, Gloucs., innkeeper
'Ram Inn', with appurtenances
Consideration: £1500
Witnesses: James W WALTERS; E.B. SWANN. sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/1279  25 & 26 October 1839

Contents:
Lease and release
a) Lease for a year
(1) John Aubrey WHITCOMBE of Gloucester, gent
(2) Daniel MOUSELL of Gloucester, innkeeper
'Ram Inn' with appurtenances
Term: One year
Rent: A peppercorn
Consideration: 5/-
Witness: Richard HELPS, sol. Glouc.
b) Release and confirmation of the conveyance
(1) John Aubrey WHITCOMBE of Gloucester, gent
(2) Daniel John NIBLETT Esq. of Haresfield Court, Glos. James Woodbridge WALTERS Esq. of Barnwood House, Glos. Thomas Clutterbuck CROOME Esq. of Cainscross, Gloucs. (Trustees of the County of Gloucester Bank)
(3) Richard William JOHNSON; Ben JOHNSON, Charles James TASKER of Gloucester, winemerchants
(4) Daniel MOUSELL of Gloucester, innkeeper
'Ram Inn' with appurtenances
Consideration: £1500
Witnesses: Robert YEATES, clerk to Messrs. WHITCOMBE & HELPS, solicitors, Gloucester; Richard HELPES, Solicitor, Gloucester; Richard HELPES, solicitor, Glouc.; James R. -----, clerk to Messrs. WHITCOMBE & HELPS

[no title]  D3117/1280  16 April, 1858

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Edward BLOXSOME of Dursley, gent
(2) Edward BLOXSOME and Elizabeth BLOXSOME of Dursley, spinster
(3) Martha WADLEY of Wheatenhurst, widow
'Ram Inn' with appurtenances
Consideration: £3500
Witnesses: Oswald EXELL of Dursley; William HAWKINS of Moreton Valence

[no title]  D3117/1281  3 May 1821

Contents:
Mortgage by demise
(1) James TYERS of Gloucester, innholder
(2) John ENGLEY of Eastington, Gloucs., gent
Messuage in Southgate St, now occupied by (1), with Southgate St. on the East, premises of (1) on the W; messuage and premises of (1), now part of the Ram Inn on the N; a messuage and premises of William VERENDER on the S; also all outbuildings etc.
Term: 1000 years
Consideration: £200, with interest
Witnesses: G.N. COUNSEL; Thomas LEIGHTON

[no title]  D3117/1282  3 May 1821

Contents:
Deed to lead the uses of a fine, with left and right hand indenture of fine
a) Deed to lead the uses of a fine
(1) John ENGLEY of King Stanley, Gloucs., gent, and Isabella his wife
(2) James TYERS of Gloucester, innholder
(3) John WADLEY of Wheatenhurst, innholder
Rooms, chambers and offices with their appurtenances, now forming part of the 'Ram Inn'
Witnesses: G.M. COUNSEL, Attorney at Law, Gloucester; Thomas LEIGHTON, clerk to the above
b) Left hand indenture
(1) John WADLEY (pet.)
(2) John ENGLEY, and Arabella his wife (deforc.)
Four messuages four curtilages with appurtenances in the parish of St. Mary de Crypt, Gloucester
Consideration: £400
Witnesses: Before Robert DALLAS, James Allan PARK; James BURROUGH; John RICHARDSON, justices
c) Right hand indenture as above

[no title]  D3117/1283  2 & 3 May 1821

Contents:
Lease, Appointment and Release
a) Lease for a year
(1) Thomas MARTIN of Gloucester, fishmonger and fruiterer John ENGLEY of Eastington, gent
(2) James TYERS of Gloucester, innholder
Messuage with the court yard adjoining, in Southgate Street, described 1281
Term: One year
Rent: A peppercorn
Consideration: 5/-
Witnesses: G.W. COUNSEL; Thomas LEIGHTON
b) Appointment and Release
(1) Thomas MARTIN of Gloucester, fishmonger and fruiterer
(2) John ENGLEY of Eastington, gent
(3) James TYERS of Gloucester, innholder
(4) John WADLEY of Wheatenhurst, innholder
Messuage, described D3117/1281
Consideration: £200
Witnesses: G.N. COUNSEL; Thomas LEIGHTON; W. WARD

[no title]  D3117/1284  4 June 1818

Contents:
Mortgage
(1) Thomas MARTIN of Gloucester, maltster
(2) William VERINDER of Gloucester, corn dealer
(3) John ENGLEY of Kingstanley, gent
Property described D3117/1281
Term: 1000 years
Consideration: £200
Witnesses: G. N. COUNSEL; William LUKE

[no title]  D3117/1285  1 & 2 June 1818

Contents:
Lease & release
a) Lease for a year
(1) John ENGLEY of Eastington
(2) Thomas MARTIN of Gloucester, maltster
Property described D3117/1281
Term: a year
Consideration: 5/-
b) Release
(1) John ENGLEY of Eastington, gent, and Arabella his wife
(2) Thomas MARTIN of Gloucester, maltster
(3) William VERINDER, maltster
Property described D3117/1281
Consideration: £300
Witnesses: G.W. COUNSEL; Wm. LUKE; of Gloucester, attornies

[no title]  D3117/1286  29 & 30 August 1790

Contents:
Lease & release
a) Lease for a year
(1) Richard BARTON of Gloucester, plumber, eldest son of Richard BARTON by Martha his wife (both deceased) the only surviving daughter of William BRABANT deceased, brother of Francis BRABANT of Gloucester, also decased
(2) John ENGLEY of Gloucester, gardener
Messuage described 1281, now in the occupation of Thomas HAMMOND, cordwainer
Term: a year
Rent: a peppercorn
Consideration: 5/-
Witnesses: Francis URSELL; R.P. WILTON
b) Release
(1) Richard BARTON of Gloucester, plumber, eldest son of Richard BARTON by Martha his wife (both deceased) the only surviving daughter of William BRABANT deceased, brother of Francis BRABANT of Gloucester, also decased
(2) John ENGLEY of Gloucester, gardener
Messuage described 1281
Consideration: £100
Witnesses: Francis URSELL; R.P. WILTON

[no title]  D3117/1287  2 June 1818

Contents:
Surrender of the residue of a term
(1) John ENGLEY, late of Stroud, inn holder, now of Eastington, gent
(2) James TYERS of Gloucester, innholder
Messuage adjoining Ram Inn in Southgate St. now occupied by Abel PAYNE, with all outbuildings etc.
Term: Residue of 500 years
Consideration: £300 and 10/-
Witness: A.C. MOGG, of Gloucester, attorney

[no title]  D3117/1288  13 August, 1811

Contents:
Mortgage
(1) James TYERS of Gloucester, innholder
(2) John ENGLEY of Stroud, innholder
Property described D3117/1281
Term: a peppercorn
Consideration: £300
Witnesses: James MASSEY; John ENGLEY, junior, William P. COOKS

[no title]  D3117/1289  12 August 1811

Contents:
Lease and release
a) Lease for a year
(1) John ENGLEY late of Gloucester, now of Stroud, innholder
William PEARCE, late of Mitcheldean, victualler
(2) James TYERS of Gloucester, innholder
John BURGHES of Gloucester, corkcutter
Messuage adjoining 'Ram Inn' now in the possession or occupation of Alfred PAYNE as tenant of John ENGLEY
Term: One year
Rent: A peppercorn
Consideration: 5/-
Witnesses: Thomas BENNETT; William A. COOKE
b) Release
(1) John ENGLEY late of Gloucester, now of Stroud, innholder
William PEARCE, late of Mitcheldean, victualler
(2) James TYERS of Gloucester, innholder
John BURGHES of Gloucester, corkcutter
Property described above
Consideration: £99
Witnesses: William A. COOKE; Thomas BENNETT

[no title]  D3117/1290  21 October 1822

Contents:
Surcharge and additional Mortgage, and bond
(1) James TYERS of Gloucester, innholder
(2) John WADLEY of Wheatenhurst, innholder
'Ram Inn' with appurtenances; messuage in Southgate St. adjoining the 'Ram Inn', now in occupation of (1)
Consideration: £500 total
Witnesses: Edward BATCHELOR; Berkeley Wathen BLOXSOME; clerks to Messrs. BLOXSOME & WELLS, of Dursley, solicitors
21 October 1822
Bond
(1) James TYERS of Gloucester, innholder
(2) John WADLEY of Wheatenhurst, innholder
Consideration: £500 with interest
Witnesses: Edward BATCHELOR; Berkeley Wathen BLOXSOME

[no title]  D3117/1291  20 & 21 October 1818

Contents:
Lease, Appointment and Release, and Bond
a) Lease for a year
(1) James TYERS of Gloucester, innholder
(2) John WADLEY of Wheatenhurst, innholder
'Ram Inn' with appurtenances in the occupation of (1); messuage adjoining, known as part of the 'Ram Inn'
Term: One year
Rent: A peppercorn
Consideration: 5/-
Witnesses: W.B. WELLS, of Dursley, attorney; Thomas CHUBB, clerk to above
b) Appointment & Release
(1) James TYERS of Gloucester, innholder
(2) Edward BLOXSOME of Dursley, gent
(3) John WADLEY of Wheatenhurst, innholder
Property as above
Consideration: £2000 total
Witnesses: W.B. WELLS of Dursley, attorney
c) Bond
(1) James TYERS of Gloucester, innholder
(2) John WADLEY of Wheatenhurst, Gloucs., innholder
Principal: £2000
Witnesses: W.B. WELLS, of Dursley, attorney; Thomas CHUBB, his clerk

[no title]  D3117/1292  17 February 1827

Contents:
Further Charge, Mortgage, Bond and Disclaimer
a) Further Charge
(1) James TYERS of Gloucester, innholder
(2) Thomas BREWER of Wheatenhurst, gent; Edward BLOXSOME of Dursley, gent; trustees and executors of John WADLEY, late of Wheatenhurst, innholder
(3) Martha WADLEY of Wheatenhurst, innholder
'Ram Inn' with appurtenances; and messuage adjoining
Consideration: £500, with interest
Witnesses: John CARGILL; Alfred JACKSON; clerks to Messrs. BLOXSOME, WELLS & BLOXSOME, of Dursley, solicitors

[no title]  D3117/1431a  29 March 1725

Contents:
Lease
(1) Nathaniel LYE of Glouc. city, doctor in divinity, John COCKS, Esq. of Gloucester; Robert WINTLE, gent, and Anne WINTLE spinster, only child of Richard & Hester WINTLE, late of Glouc. deceased
(2) Charles BEARD, innholder
Messuage in St. Mary de Crypt Parish; Bellman's Lane on W; street on W; messuage of Francis DANCOCK, White Hart Inn, on S & E
Term: a year
Consideration: 5/-
Witnesses: Benjamin LAUNDERS, F. YATES, Richard R. ELLY, S. LAURENCE

[no title]  D3117/1431b  30 March 1725

Contents:
Release
(1) Nathaniel LYE of Glouc. city, doctor in divinity
John COCKS Esq. of Gloucester, Robert WINTLE, gent, and Anne WINTLE, spinster, only child of Richard & Hester WINTLE, late of Glouc. deceased
(2) Charles BEARD, innholder
Property described D3117/1431/a
Consideration: £97-10-0
Witnesses: as in D3117/1431/a

[no title]  D3117/1432a  14 March 1739

Contents:
Lease
(1) Elizabeth BEARD, spinster, of Glouc. city
(2) --- Joseph GOODING of Gloucester, grazier; Winston MOORE, of Gloucester, butcher
Half of property described D3117/1431/a
Term: a year
Consideration: 5/-
Witnesses: Rowles SCUDAMORE, George COWCHER

[no title]  D3117/1432b  15 March 1739

Contents:
Release for marriage settlement
(1) Richard CHURCHILL of Shillingockford, batchelor, Dorset, yeoman
(2) Elizabeth BEARD, spinster, of Glouc. city
(3) Joseph GOODING of Gloucester, grazier
Winstone MOORE, ditto, butcher
Half of property in Southgate Street described D3117/1431/a
Consideration: the marriage
Witnesses: as in D3117/1432/a

[no title]  D3117/1433  1 July 1756

Contents:
Mortgage
(1) Richard CHURCHILL of Glouc., salter;
Elizabeth CHURCHILL, wife, formerly Eliz. BEARD
(2) Elizabeth HILL, widow, of Worcester city
Half share in Southgate Street occupied by (1) described D3117/1432/a
Term: 500 years
Principal: £100
Witnesses: John MOORE, John HILL, (Willnesse?)

[no title]  D3117/1434  20 June 1791

Contents:
Lease of assignment
(1) William HILL of Glouc. city, innholder
(2) James CARTER, of Gloucester, hairdresser
Closet of little room, 16 x 4 feet, being part of the White Hart Inn, Southgate Street, but which hangs over a tenement of (2)
Rent: 10/- a year
Term: Remainder of 14 years
Witnesses: R. R. WILTON; Jonothan REA.

[no title]  D3117/1435a  9 February 1792

Contents:
Bond of Indemnity
(1) Thomas HILL of Claines Parish, Worc. gent
(2) James CARTER of Glouc. city, hairdresser
Guarantee of (2)'s title and possession to half share in premises, (in Southgate Street -)
Consideration: £95
Witnesses: Thomas PINEN, Thomas PINEN, senior

[no title]  D3117/1435b  8 February 1792

Contents:
Lease
(1) Thomas HILL of Claines Parish, Worcs. gent,
William HILL of Worc. city, gent, executors of will of John HILL of Worc. deceased, a brother, and also executor of will of Elizabeth MOORE formerly Elizabeth HILL
(2) James CARTER of Glouc. city, hairdresser
Half share in tenement in parish of St. Mary de Crypt (Southgate St.)
Term: a year
Consideration: 5/-
Witnesses: Thomas PINEN; George SQUIRE

[no title]  D3117/1435c  9 February 1792

Contents:
Bond of Indemnity
(1) John STANHOPE esq. of Hawham, Hants.
(2) James CARTER, Glouc. city, hairdresser
Guarantee of title and possession to half share in premises (in Southgate Street)
Consideration: £95
Witness: Stephen BARNEY, of Fareham, Hants.

[no title]  D3117/1435d  8 February 1792

Contents:
Lease
(1) John STANHOPE esq. of Fareham, Hants.
(2) James CARTER of Glouc. city, hairdresser
Half share in messuage (in Southgate Street)
Term: a year
Consideration: 5/-
Witness: Stephen BARNEY of Fareham

[no title]  D3117/1435e  9 February 1792

Contents:
Release
(1) Thomas HILL of Claines Parish, Worc. gent.,
William HILL of Worc. gent., executors of will of John HILL deceased, brother, executor of Elizabeth MOORE, formerly Eliz. H. deceased
(2) John STANHOPE esq. of Fareham, Hants.
(3) James CARTER of Glouc. city, hairdresser
Half share of messuage (in Southgate Street)
Other half of same property, rebuilt
Consideration: £95. Schedule endorsed 1712 -
Witnesses: Thomas PINEN; George SQUIRE; Stephen BARNEY, of Fareham, Hants.

[no title]  D3117/1436  16 October 1802

Contents:
Feoffment
(1) Hercules Hailes DANCOCKS of Newent, Glouc. gent.
(2) James CARTER of Glouc. city, perfumer
Closet, 16 x 4 feet, part of White Hart Inn; note of livery of seizin
Consideration: £17-10-0
Witnesses: John PHILLPOTT junior; A. CHINNE

[no title]  D3117/1437  29 April 1811

Contents:
Feoffment
(1) James CARTER of Glouc. city, gent; Ann C. wife
(2) Joseph HERBERT, ditto, gent
Messuage adjoining White Hart Inn, described D3117/1432/a.
Promise of a Fine; and note of livery of seizin endorsed.
Consideration: £590
Witnesses: Thomas SMITH, Edward BRETHERTON, John CHADBORN

[no title]  D3117/1438/1  Trinity Term 1811

Contents:
Left hand indenture of Fine
(1) Joseph HERBERT, querent
(2) James CARTER and Anne his wife, Deforciants
Two messuages and two cartilages (in Southgate street)
Consideration: £200

[no title]  D3117/1438/2  Trinity Term 1811

Contents:
Right hand indenture of Fine
(1) Joseph HERBERT, Querent
(2) James CARTER and Anne his wife, Deforciants
Property as in D3117/1438.1.
Consideration: £200

[no title]  D3117/1439  5 July 1811

Contents:
Mortgage by demise
(1) Joseph HERBERT of Glouc. city, gent
(2) James CARTER, ditto, gent
Messuage adjoining White Hart Inn, Bell Lane on N; Southgate St. on W; White Hart Inn on S & E
Term: 1000 years
Principal: £400
Witnesses: Richard ALLEN, Henry WRIGHT

[no title]  D3117/1439  5 July 1811

Contents:
Bond for Collateral Security
(1) J. HERBERT
(2) J. CARTER
Consideration: £800
Witnesses: Richard ALLEN, Henry WRIGHT, clerks to W. OKEY, sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/1440  29 December 1813

Contents:
Lease (copy of 5 March 1825)
(1) Joseph HERBERT of Glouc. city, innholder
(2) Edward TIPTON of Oxenhall, Glouc. gent
White Hart Inn in Southgate St.
Messuage adjoining described D3117/1439
Term: a year
Consideration: 5/-
Witnesses: J. CHADBORN, William CROOK, John LOVEGROVE

[no title]  D3117/1441  30 December 1813

Contents:
Release (copy of 5 March 1825)
(1) Joseph HERBERT of Glouc. city, innholder
(2) Edward TIPTON of Oxenhall, Glouc. gent
Property described D3117/1440 in Southgate Street
Consideration: £1070
Witnesses: J. CHADBORN, Wm. CROOK, John LOVEGROVE

[no title]  D3117/1442  31 December 1813

Contents:
Mortgage by demise (copy 5 March 1825)
(1) Edward TIPTON of Oxenhall, Glouc, gent
(2) Joseph HERBERT of Glouc. city, innholder
White Hart Inn with appurtenances
Term: 1000 years
Principal: £1100
Witnesses: J. CHADBORN, William CROOK, John LOVEGROVE

[no title]  D3117/1444a  16 February 1827

Contents:
Lease
(1) Jane TIPTON, widow, of Wotton
(2) William WILKES of Glouc. city, hairdresser
Messuage in Southgate Street described D3117/1439
Consideration: 5/-
Term: a year
Witness: T. H. JAMES

[no title]  D3117/1444b  17 February 1827

Contents:
Release
(1) Jane TIPTON, widow, of Wotton
(2) James CARTER of Glouc. city, gent
(3) William MADDOCKS of Gloucester, maltster
(4) William WILKES of Gloucester, hairdresser
(5) Joseph HOOPER of Gloucester, gent
(6) Richard Hodges CARTER of Gloucester, gent
Property in Southgate Street described D3117/1439
Consideration: £385, £115, £50
Witness: J. H. JAMES

[no title]  D3117/1445  20 February 1827

Contents:
Deed of Covenant
(1) James BLOXSOME of Glouc. city, innholder
(2) William WILKES, ditto, hairdresser
Production of title deeds of White Hart Inn
Schedule 1813 - included
Consideration: 5/-
Witnesses: Joseph ROBERTS, Glouc., J.H. JAMES, Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/1446  17 August 1861 - 2 January 1862

Contents:
Correspondence (Out letter file)
(1) The Secretary of the Ecclesiastical Commission, 11 Whitehall Place (James J. CHALK)
(2) William WILKES, 2 Morpeth St. California, Glouc.
Five letters on the subject of the perpetual redemption of a chief rent of 17/- a year, paid on freehold house on corner of Bell Lane
Consideration: £21-7-1
Witness: William DAVIS, Treasurer of Ecclesiastical Comm.

[no title]  D3117/1447  1861

Contents:
Abstract of Title 1827 -
(1) William WILKES
Messuage in Southgate Street (described D3117/1439)

[no title]  D3117/1448  8 February 1862

Contents:
Schedule of deeds 1725-1862
Of property in Southgate Street described D3117/1439
Correspondence and accounts for alterations of Glouc.
Branch Office of the Liverpool and London Insurance Company (Edward JEENS, director of office)
The whole contained in an envlope and pencilled "S.P. WILKES esq.".

[no title]  D3117/1449  9 December 1861

Contents:
Letter
(1) from George P. WILKES
The separation of tenement and White Hart Inn, the pulling down of latter, the illegal building of present premises over site of inn; and the opinion that the Insurance Company have acquired the property too cheaply.
Offer to rescind an agreement by (1)'s father made with MADDOCKS

[no title]  D3117/1450  11 December 1861

Contents:
Letter
(1) from J.E. JEENS
Writer expresses satisfaction that although BUTT owner of encroaching premises, described D3117/1449, will not sell, the inconvenience is not great.
Detailed scale plans included. Title of BUTT is sound

[no title]  D3117/1451  undated

Contents:
"Gloucester Building Account" endorsed on letter, wholly typed, of Swinton BOULT secretary of Liverpool and London Fire and Life Insurance Company, asking for a Ladyday Fire Renewal list, statement of account, and all receipts not taken up

[no title]  D3117/1452  21 November 1861

Contents:
Letter
(1) from Thomas Edward JEENS
Relating to encroachment between rebuilt property on site of White Hart Inn and messuage described D3117/1439 in Southgate Street
(2) S. BOULT to T. Edward JEENS
Further developments of same subject

[no title]  D3117/1454  September 1862

Contents:
Bill, with printed bill head
(1) London & Liverpool Fire Office
(2) Charles TOMES, builder, contractor & general haulier fixer of water closet, agent for Blackrock Limestone, general mason and joiner
Repair of premises of corner of Bell Lane, Southgate Street

[no title]  D3117/1455  26 June 1862

Contents:
Printed notification of Local Board of Health, Gloucester city
(1) to repair pavement
(K.H. FRYER, clerk of Board -)
(2) Thomas Edward JEENS
Frontage of premises in Southgate Street

[no title]  D3117/1459  29 June 1912

Contents:
Provisional Valuation
(1) Commissioners of Inland Revenue
(2) London, Liverpool and Globe Insurance Co. Ltd.
No. 88 Southgate Street, offices and house. Gross value £1100
Witnesses: H.E. MORGAN, clerk to valuer
E. ANSCOMBE, district valuer

[no title]  D3117/1460  9 December 1913

Contents:
Lease
(1) Liverpool and London and Globe Insurance Company Ltd.
(2) Alfred Ernest MERRETT, 88 Southgate Street, auctioneer, valuer and estate agent
Second and third floors of No. 88 Southgate Street
Term: 3 years
Rent: £20 per annum

[no title]  D3117/1461  18 May 1924

Contents:
a) Fire Insurance Policy
with London, Liverpool and Globe Insurance Co. Ltd. No. 88 Southgate St. insured for £1250
Premium £2-73
30 May 1924
b) Public Liability Policy
30 May 1924
c) Fire Policy

[no title]  D3117/1462  27 March 1952

Contents:
Notice in duplicate
That No. 19 Southgate Street has been listed as a building of special architectural and historic interest in possession of Liverpool, London and Globe Insurance Co.

[no title]  D3117/1463  4 June 1952

Contents:
Notice of Determination of Development Value
(1) Central Land Board
(2) The Liverpool, London & Globe Insurance Co. Ltd., c/o BRUTON, KNOWLES and Co. Glouc.
Witness: C. BASSETT, Regional Manager of Board

[no title]  D3117/1464  21 December 1866

Contents:
Conveyance (copy 21 January 1876)
(1) William SMITH of Falkner Street, builder
(2) Isaac JAMES of Gloucester, plumber
Piece of land in Southgate Street; property of (1) and end of a back road leading out of Kimbrose Alley on N; Southgate Street on E; other land of (1) on W; with of back road; land adjoining on the S; on N, land described; bounded by messuage of (2) on E by Southgate Street, Gloucester Infirmary Burial Ground on W. Coloured plan included
Consideration: £255
Witnesses: Charles James HUDSON; Jonathan BRACTON, clerks of FRYER, sol. Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/1465  26 November 1867

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) William SMITH of Falkner St. builder
(2) Isaac James of Glouc. city, plumber & glazier
Property in Southgate Street described D3117/1464
Consideration: £163
Witness: James BRETHERTON, sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/1466  13 January 1871

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) William DUTTON of Glouc. city, auctioneer
(2) Henry Aldridge WHITEHEAD, of Gloucester, gent.
(3) William SMITH formerly of Falkner St., builder
(4) Isaac JAMES of Glouc. city, plumber
Piece of land in Southgate Street; messuage of (4) on W.; back road leading out of Kimbrose Alley on W.; land of (4) on S.; land of William DUTTON on N.
With right of road from W.; coloured plan included
Grant of end of a road running parallel to the new one on other side of property to (4) for inclusion in conveyance
Consideration: £22
Witnesses: George SHEARS, Portland Place, London; K. H. FRYER, sol., Glouc., Charles James HUDSON, his clerk

[no title]  D3117/1467  1875

Contents:
Abstract of Title 1866 -
(1) Isaac JAMES and mortgagee
Certain building plots in Southgate Street

[no title]  D3117/1468  1 March 1876

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Kedgwin Hoskins FRYER of Glouc. city, gent.
(2) Isaac JAMES of Gloucester, plumber
(3) David BUCKLE, ditto, builder
Land on the site of former Glouc. city gaol, in Southgate St.; land of Wm. DUTTON on N.; road used as approach to Infirmary Burial Ground on S.; Southgate St. on E.; road separating property from Kimbrose House on W. Plan included. Also right of way shared with owner of Kimbrose House. Schedule 1866 - included
Consideration: £475
Witness: Charles E. SHEPPARD, sol., Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/1469  1 March 1876

Contents:
Mortgage and Reconveyance
(1) David BUCKLE, of Glouc. city, builder
(2) Francis PITT, widow of Priory Place
Land described D3117/1468 in Southgate Street
Principal: £350
Witness: Arthur LEWIS, clerk to C. E. SHEPPARD, sol., Glouc.
19 October 1880
Reconveyance
(1) Frances PITT
(2) David BUCKLE
Property as above
Consideration: £350
Witness: Arthur LEWIS, clerk to C. E. SHEPPARD, sol., Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/1470  9 May 1878

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Kedgwin Hoskins FRYER of Glouc. city, gent
(2) Isaac JAMES of Gloucester, plumber
(3) David BUCKLE of Gloucester, builder
Property described D3117/1468 and a road giving access from Kimbrose Alley, in Southgate Street, plan included.
Schedule included, 1866
Consideration: £40
Witness: C.E. SHEPPARD, sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/1471 a  19 October 1880

Contents:
Mortgage
(1) David BUCKLE of Glouc. city, builder
(2) John LONG, widower of Hucclecote, gent
Land in Southgate St. described D3117/1468.
Masonic Hall, recently built by (1) on land described, with right of way on S
Principal: £700
Witness: J.H. Jones, sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/1471 b  19 October 1880

Contents:
Notice of Declaration
(1) The Gloucestershire Banking Company (mortgagees)
(2) David BUCKLE, of Southgate Street, builder
(3) John LONG of Hucclecote, gent
That the Masonic Hall in Southgate should be charged with mortgage of 19 October 1880
Witnesses: F.W. & J.H. JONES, solrs. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/1471 c  19 October 1880

Contents:
Memorandum of Mortgage Charge
(1) David BUCKLE of Southgate Street, builder
(2) The Gloucestershire Banking Company
That the Masonic Hall in Southgate Street is security for mortgage, with promise that (1) will execute legal mortgage with Company when required
Witness: Thomas COMINCHINE for the Company

[no title]  D3117/1472  1885

Contents:
Abstract of Title 1880 -
(1) Mrs. Issabella Elizabeth BUTT, executrix under the will of J.H. BUTT, mortgagee of tenement in Southgate Street, deceased

[no title]  D3117/1473  nd

Contents:
Coloured scale plan with elevations and decorative detail, entitled "Proposed Alterations to Glevum Hall for J.A. MATTHEWS esq.".
"Mr. FRANKLIN" pencilled above.

[no title]  D3117/1474  1919

Contents:
Abstract of Title 1885 -
(1) Executors of will of John Albert MATTHEWS esq. deceased
(2) Messrs. Willie HOLT (Burnley) Ltd.
Glevum Hall, Southgate, coloured plan attached, corresponding with position of property hitherto described D3117/1464 -.

[no title]  D3117/1475  6 June 1919

Contents:
Application for Certificate
(1) W.H. GRIMES of 20 Bell Lane, Glouc., solicitor to executors of J. Albert MATTHEWS
(2) Inland Revenue Commissioners
Freehold building comprising two halls and two shops - called Glevum Hall, Southgate Street

[no title]  D3117/1475  14 July & 13 Aug. 1919

Contents:
1,2,3
Correspondence (copies)
(1) W.H. GRIMES, solicitors of executors of J.A. MATTHEWS, deceased
(2) Willie HOLT (Burnley) Ltd.,
Relating to estate duty and sale of property to (2)

[no title]  D3117/1476  May 1931

Contents:
And associated papers, 6 sheets
Correspondence
(1) A.M. PREEDY, the Handy Shop, 87 Southgate Street
(2) W. FREEMAN, Park View, Longford
(3) Paul COE, portrait specialist, Eastgate St. (applicants for lease)
(4) Burnley Billiard Works, Burnley, Lancs.
Relating to the letting of two shops at Glevum Hall, 94, 98 Southgate Street; Rental of property £130 a year.
Stencilled notice stating where applications may be received i.e. (4)

[no title]  D3117/1477  1925

Contents:
Five sheets
Correspondence and Acknowledgement of Undertaking
Relating to the application for permission to erect a projecting sign on Glevum Billard Hall, Southgate Street, and Undertaking made by Messrs. Willie HOLT Ltd., that sign be erected at their own risk
Acknowledgement to Corporation: 10/- a year
Witnesses: A. TAYLOR, J.H. CARTER, D. BERRY

[no title]  D3117/1478  n.d

Contents:
7 sheets A47,48,49
Tradesmen's Tenders
(1) Messrs. R.E.G.C. MARSHALL, electricians
(2) Messrs. C.W. BARNARD & Partners, chartered architects, Cheltenham
(3) L. STAMP, building and decorating contractor, Albion St. Glouc.
(4) Messrs. BOLTON & HAYES Ltd., floor layers
(5) Messrs. BEAVAN & Son: L. C. MITCHELL & Co., electricians
Glevum Hall, Southgate Street, reported as being released by Glouc. Corporation at early date

[no title]  D3117/2003  4 November 1690

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Elizabeth YATE of Gloucester, widow, and Matthew YATE her son
(2) John HYETT of Gloucester, gent
A messuage on east side Southgate Street occupied by Samuel ECKLEY, apothecary, between the Bell Inn and a messuage occupied by Daniel BRYAN
Consideration: £500
Witnesses: John CARELESS, Samuel LYE, Thomas FIELD, Nath. LYE, junior

[no title]  D3117/2004 A & B  15 & 16 November 1705

Contents:
Lease & Release
(1) John HYETT, Alderman of Gloucester
(2) John ASHMEAD of Cheltenham, mercer, and Thomas LONGDEN of Gloucester, mercer
A messuage where John HYETT dwells on the east side of Southgate Street having the Bell Inn on the south and a tenement in tenure of Daniel BRYAN, cordwainer on the south
Consideration: £650
Witnesses: William Blick ELMES, William ASHMEAD, John WINTLE

[no title]  D3117/2005 A & B  15 & 16 July 1709

Contents:
Lease & Release
(1) John ASHMEAD of Gloucester, mercer
(2) Thomas LONGDEN of Gloucester, mercer
A messuage in Southgate Street as described in (D3117/2004)
Consideration: £340
Witnesses: R.W. LONGDEN, Charles BRERETON

[no title]  D3117/2006 A & B  24 & 25 April 1710

Contents:
Lease & Release
(1) Thomas LONGDEN of Gloucester, mercer
(2) Edward SMITH of Frocester, clerk, and Mary, his daughter
(3) Peter HAYNES of Gloucester, grocer; Richard DRIVER of Gloucester, haberdasher, and Richard HILL of Huntingford, gent (trustees)
A messuage in Southgate Street occupied by Thomas LONGDEN, as described in (D3117/2004) is settled upon Thomas LONGDEN for life with reversion to his intended wife Mary SMITH and the heirs of Thomas and Mary
Witnesses: Caple LONGDEN, Joane IDDOLS, John WILKINS

[no title]  D3117/2007 A & B  23 & 24 June 1727

Contents:
Lease, Release Final Concord
(1) Thomas LONGDEN of Gloucester, mercer, Mary his wife, and Edward SMITH of Frocester
(2) Daniel BRYAN of Gloucester, apothecary
A messuage on the east side Southgate Street having Bell Inn, in tenure of Caple LONGDEN on the south side and a messuage of Daniel BRYAN in tenure of Thomas WILCOCKS, upholder, on north side
Consideration: £610
Witnesses: Nathaniel LYE, Wm. JONES, Richard DRIVER

[no title]  D3117/2008  3 May 1731

Contents:
Mortgage
(1) Daniel BRYAN of Gloucester, apothecary
(2) Samuel PULTON of Haresfield, gent
A messuage in Southgate Street described as in (D3117/2007)
Endorsed further mortgages for £60 dated 26 January 1731 and £40 dated 8 April 1732
Principal: £200 & £100
Witnesses: William JONES, Richard BECKETT

[no title]  D3117/2009 A & B  20 & 21 June 1733

Contents:
Lease & Release by way of Mortgage
(1) Daniel BRYAN of Gloucester, Apothecary
(2) Mary GARDNER of Painswick, widow of Luke GARDNER
Recites that Daniel BRYAN and Richard HALE of Gloucester owed Luke GARDNER £400 and that Richard HALE assigned premises in Cirencester to Daniel BRYAN as security. Daniel BRYAN has sold one messuage and applied money to his own use. Richard HALE has become bankrupt. A great messuage in Southgate Street, described as in (D3117/2007), is assigned to Mary GARDNER as security
Principal: £200
Witnesses: Daniel SHATFORD, Richard ELLY

[no title]  D3117/2010  30 September 1734

Contents:
Release
(1) Rowland PITT of Gloucester, ironmonger (a trustee under will of Daniel BRYAN dec'd)
(2) Samuel BRYAN of Gloucester, dyer (brother of Daniel BRYAN dec'd)
(3) Mary GARDNER of Painswick, widow
A great messuage in Southgate Street as described in (D3117/2007)
Consideration: £525
Witnesses: William JONES, Richard ELLY, Jacob LUMBARD

[no title]  D3117/2011 A & B  22 & 23 August 1746

Contents:
Lease & Release
(1) Mary GARDNER of Painswick, widow
(2) Samuel and Sarah GARDNER, her children
A great messuage in Southgate Street in tenure of Thomas HICHSTOCK, grocer, described as in (D3117/2007) is conveyed to Samuel and Sarah in full payment of all legacies due to them under the will of their late father Luke GARDNER
Witness: John COLBORNE

[no title]  D3117/2012  18 January 1753

Contents:
Will (copy)
Sarah GARDNER of Painswick, spinster
A messuage in Southgate Street bequeathed to her sisters

[no title]  D3117/2013 A & B - 2015  27 & 28 September 1763

Contents:
Lease, Release & Final Concord
(1) Thomas STANLEY of Painswick, clothier and Mary, his wife: Thomas KING of Painswick, yeoman, and Rebecca, his wife; Hannah GARDNER, spinster; Sarah BINGHAM, only child of Thomas and Elizabeth BINGHAM of Gloucester, deceased; (co-heirs of Luke GARDNER, deceased, and Sarah GARDNER, deceased)
(2) James LEE of Gloucester, bluemaker
A great messuage in Southgate Street between Bell Tavern and a messuage of Samuel WILSON, mercer
Consideration: £270
Witnesses: Selwyn JAMES, Stephen REA

[no title]  D3117/2016  5 October 1727

Contents:
Lease
(1) John MOWTLOW of Gloucester, mercer
(2) Thomas STEELE of Gloucester, grocer
A messuage in Southgate Street where John MOWTLOW dwells with use of two furnaces in the brewhouse there
Term: 21 years
Rent: £20 a year
Witnesses: Samuel WORRALL, Thomas BRYAN

[no title]  D3117/2017 A & B  28 April 1795

Contents:
Lease & Release
(1) James LEE of Gloucester & Susannah, his wife
(2) Hugh TAYLOR of Gloucester, grocer, and John TURNER of Gloucester, Esq. (a trustee)
A messuage in Southgate Street between the Bell Tavern and a messuage occupied by Benjamin Cleason
Consideration: £1000
Witness: Thomas OKEY, junior

[no title]  D3117/2018  2 August 1825

Contents:
Will (copy)
Hugh TAILOR of Beaufort Buildings, the Spa, near Gloucester, gent
Messuage in Southgate Street; 6 new messuages and 1 other messuage in Cross Keys Lane with warehouse behind them; a piece of pasture, garden and summer house at Littleworth; Nos. 4, 5 & 6 Beaufort Buildings, the Spa; his share in Gloucester Spa and in Gloucester Spa Church; left to John TAYLOR his son subject to several annuities and life interests

[no title]  D3117/2019  4 & 5 March 1831

Contents:
Lease & Release
(1) John TAYLOR of Gloucester, grocer
(2) Sarah TAYLOR, his wife
(3) Henry JONES of Abbotts Wood, farmer, and George JONES of Witley Court, Upton St. Leonards, farmer (trustees)
A messuage in Southgate Street is settled on his wife with reversion to the children of John & Sarah subject to certain annuities payable under the will of Hugh TAYLOR dec'd
Witnesses: W. MATTHEWS, solicitor, Henry REA, his clerk

[no title]  D3117/2020  n.d

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Henry TAYLOR of Gloucester, corn dealer; Hugh TAYLOR of Bristol, grocer; Christianah Katherine TAYLOR of London Road, Gloucester, spinster (children of John & Sarah TAYLOR)
(2) Edmund WEIGHT of Over, Innkeeper
All their rights and interest in a mesuage in Southgate Street under a settlement (D3117/2019) made by John TAYLOR
Consideration: £100
Witness: W.M. EVANS

[no title]  D3117/2021 - 2022  18 August 1852

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) John George TAYLOR of Victoria Street, near Gloucester, gent
(2) Joseph Richard MITCHELL of Gloucester, hosier
All his rights and interest in a messuage in Southgate Street under a settlement (D3117/2019) made by John TAYLOR father of John George TAYLOR. These rights and interest are assigned to Edmund WEIGHT of Over 18 December 1852 for £64
Consideration: £50
Witness: W.M. EVANS

[no title]  D3117/2023  9 September 1889

Contents:
Statutory Declaration
Henry Yates Jones TAYLOR of Gloucester, gent
He is one of children of John & Sarah TAYLOR and makes declarations concerning other children of this marriage and children of Susannah JONES
Witness: F.W. JONES

[no title]  D3117/2024  10 September 1889

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Walter WILKINS of Gloucester, stockbroker
(2) John VICK of Gloucester, veterinery surgeon; James FRANKLIN of Gloucester, chemist; and Henry BUCKLE of Gloucester, baker and corn deal (trustees under will of Edmund WEIGHT, dec'd)
(3) John WARD of Gloucester, gent
Messuage No. 93 Southgate Street known as The Blue Shop and City Tea Warehouse, together with yard and warehouse at the back
Consideration: £1225
Witness: John GOOLD, clerk to G.S. BLAKEWAY

[no title]  D3117/2025  10 September 1889

Contents:
(1) John WARD of Boharan House, near Gloucester, gent
(2) Charles CLARK of Gloucester, Tea dealer and grocer
No. 93 Southgate Street known as the City Tea warehouse
Term: 14 years
Rent: £108 a year
Witness: George S. BLAKEWAY, solicitor, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/2026  22 October 1895

Contents:
Fire Insurance
(1) William Piffe BROWN of Gloucester, solicitor & John Edward TUCKER of Gloucester accountant (trustees of John WARD, dec'd)
(2) Sun Insurance Office
No. 93 Southgate Street
Premium: £2

[no title]  D3117/2027 - 2028  29 June 1902

Contents:
Lease
(1) Mary Ann JOHNSON of Gloucester, spinster
(2) William CLARK of Gloucester, tea dealer & grocer
No. 93 Southgate Street, known as the City Tea Warehouse.
This lease was surrendered 3 August 1912
Term: 14 years
Rent: £118 a year
Witness: W. Piffe BROWN, solicitor, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/2037 A & B - 2038  19 & 20 May 1743

Contents:
Lease, Release & Final Concord
(1) William HOLTHAM of Gloucester, grocer, and Sarah his wife
(2) Walter TOWNSHEND of Bristol, grocer
(3) William WINDOWE of Gloucester, gent (a trustee for Walter TOWNSHEND)
A messuage in Southgate Street between a messuage of Benjamin HYETT occupied by Kirkum WEAVER, and Bolt Lane. Recites that William HOLTHAM had defaulted on mortgages (D3117/2034, 2035) and had agreed to convey fee simple
Witnesses: Edward DRIVER, Thomas DAVIES

[no title]  D3117/2039 A & B  13 & 14 September 1743

Contents:
Lease & Release
(1) William WINDOWE of Gloucester, gent
(2) Walter TOWNSEND of Bristol, grocer
(3) John HARDWICK of Gloucester, taylor
A messuage in Southgate Street described as in (D3117/2037)
Consideration: £112
Witnesses: Gilbert SYNKIN, William KING, William JONES, James PYTT

[no title]  D3117/2040 - 2041  5 April 1805

Contents:
Conveyance and Final Concord
(1) William HARDWICK of Gloucester, painter (eldest son of John Hardwick dec'd) and Sarah, his wife
(2) Mary READE of Gloucester, spinster
A messuage in Southgate Street occupied by Mary READE, between Bolt Lane end and a messuage occupied by Edward Bretherton
Consideration: £280
Witnesses: J. PHILLPOTTS, junior, J.W. JAMES

[no title]  D3117/2042  9 February 1816

Contents:
Will (copy)
Mary READE of Gloucester, spinster
Her house in Southgate Street to be sold and the money used to pay various legacies to her relations and servants

[no title]  D3117/2043  12 March 1738

Contents:
Certificate that the seat joining to the 4th door of St. Mary de Crypt church was granted to William HOLTHAM and John BAILEY (found in D3117/2042)

[no title]  D3117/2029  8 October 1912

Contents:
Valuation of No. 93 Southgate Street under Finance Act 1910 (duties on land values)

[no title]  D3117/2030 - 2031  1895

Contents:
Certificate that Estate duty paid
(1) John WARD dec'd
No. 93 Southgate Street
Duty paid £440

[no title]  D3117/2032  1912

Contents:
Abstract of Title
No. 93 Southgate Street known as the Blue Shop and City Tea Warehouse to be sold to the Corporation of Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/2033 A & B  27 & 28 September 1714

Contents:
Lease. Release
(1) Edward HOLTHAM of Gloucester, mercer
(2) Edward, William & Mary HOLTHAM his children
(3) Henry WINDOWE of Lincolns Inn, Esq. (a trustee)
A messuage in Southgate Street having Bolt Lane on North side and a tenement occupied by Samuel WYGATE, glover on the South side to be held in trust for Edward HOLTHAM sent for life with reversion to his children
Witness: Elizabeth BENFIELD

[no title]  D3117/2034  2 June 1740

Contents:
Mortgage
(1) William HOLTHAM of Gloucester, grocer
(2) Walter TOWNSHEND of Gloucester, grocer
Moiety of a messuage in Southgate Street described as in (D3117/2033)
Principal: £140
Witnesses: William JONES, William NICCOLLS

[no title]  D3117/2035 - 2036  2 September 1741

Contents:
Mortgage and bond
(1) William HOLTHAM of Gloucester, grocer
(2) Walter TOWNSHEND of Gloucester, grocer
A moiety of a messuage in Southgate Street described as in (D3117/2033)
Principal: £18-5-0
Witnesses: William JONES, Thomas DAVIES

[no title]  D3117/2044  8 January 1823

Contents:
Notice of Sale by Auction (printed)
A messuage in Southgate Street at the corner of Bolt Lane and the stock in trade of the grocery and Chandlery carried on by the late Mrs. READ to be sold by William PEACH at the White Hart Inn

[no title]  D3117/2045 A & B  19 & 20 June 1823

Contents:
Lease & Release
(1) Charles OKEY of Gloucester, tinplate worker; Richard PALMER of Moreton Valence, gent and Mary his wife
(2) William JEYNES of Gloucester, innkeeper
(3) John MASON of Gloucester, innkeeper
A messuage in Southgate Street bought by William JEYNES at an auction sale (D3117/2044)
Consideration: £395
Witnesses: Thomas SMITH, attorney, Gloucester
R.H. CARTER, attorney, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/2046  31 August 1836

Contents:
Receipt
(1) Robert Bennett CROOME
(2) William JEYNES
Receipt for 30/- for extinguishment of an annual rent of 1/- payable out of a messuage in Southgate Street

[no title]  D3117/2642  1916

Contents:
Abstract of Title 1862 -
(1) Trustees for sale under will of Charles JEYNES deceased No. 14 Southgate Street
Witnesses: LANGLY-SMITH & Son, solrs. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/2643  Feb-March 1903

Contents:
Abstract of Certificate of Contract (Land tax Redemption)
(1) Land Tax Redemption Office, Somerset House
(2) J.P.W. HAINES esq., sol. Glouc, representing Charles JEYNES
Witness: C.J.S. GOLD, deputy Registrar of Land Tax

[no title]  D3117/3369  24 December 1862

Contents:
Probate of will
(1) Thomas TOWNSEND of Glouc. city, gent
(2) Edwin FOXWELL of Glouc. city, draper; George JENKINS of Glouc, city innkeeper, trustees & executors appointed
(3) Mary Ann POOLE, wife of Thos. Lewis POOLE; Sarah Ann VAUGHAN, wife of Captain Thos. VAUGHAN
(4) Elizabeth Jane TOWNSEND, wife of testator
Will made 2 April 1859
Freehold messuage in Southgate St; nos. 2 & 3 Bolt Lane (Longsmith street); two freehold houses in Berkeley Street, three messuages in Brother's Place in the parish of St. John; eight freehold messuages in Waterloo Place. Eight shares in Gloucester Gas Light Company; all share in a ship called the "Elder" of Gloucester
Witnesses: Walter CLUTTERBUCK, attorney, Glouc.; Charles Henry C. his clerk

[no title]  D3117/3431  29 May 1775

Contents:
Probate of Will
(1) Ann PERRIS, widow of Glouc. city (testator)
(2) William PERRIS, John PERRIS, Thomas PERRIS, children of testator
(3) John PERRIS (husband of deceased)
(4) John ADYE, husband of testator's cousin
(5) Mrs. Mary CORNELL, niece of testator
(6) Mary POULSON kinswoman, "kinswoman" of testator
(7) Elizabeth PERRIS widow of testator's nephew Joseph PERRIS
(8) Benjamin PERRIS, husband's grandson; Hannah WILLS, niece and sole executrix appointed, Matthew W. her, son, Thomas PERRIS, nephew of the testator
Will made 9 May 1775. Codicil dated 14 November 1775
Two freehold messuages in Southgate Street; a half share in three messuages near Littleworth turnpike
Witnesses: Mary DRIVER; Mary COOPER, her servant; Edward DRIVER, Eliz. POULSON, Henry WILTON

[no title]  D3117/3443  27 December 1804

Contents:
Assignment
(1) Sarah PYNOCK, widow of Overbury, Worcester, surviving executrix of John BEALE formerly of Gloucester city, gent, deceased and executrix of James PYNOCK of Tewkesbury, grocer, deceased
(2) James NIND of Overbury, part maker, Sarah, his wife, nee PYNOCK
(3) William SCOTT of Stourbridge, Worcester, clothier, and Alicia his wife, nee PYNOCK
(4) John ADEY of Gloucester city, pin maker
Seven acres of pasture called 'Long Mad Leaze' at Sudbrook near Gloucester, divided down the middle by a quick set hedge, pasture called 'Mad Leaze' or 'Elming Row' on N; highway on E; "Great Mad Leaze" in S; "Little Mad Leaze' on W. Property subject to annual rent
Term: remainder of 31 years
Consideration: £500
Witnesses: Nicholas LONGFORD, Joseph BINGHAM

[no title]  D3117/3510  22 January 1852

Contents:
Probate of will
(1) Edward GOULDAR of Glouc. city, pawnbroker
(2) John GOULDAR of Glouc. city, silversmith (brother) Daniel Spencer COPNER, ditto, plumber & glazier, trustees appointed
(3) Mary GOULDAR (wife)
(4) Mary Goulder BEARCROFT, testator's daughter by Mary Ann B
(5) Mrs. Mary Cowcher HUDSON (testator's sister)
Will made 18 June 1851
Probate sworn under £1500, no property specifically charged with money sums bequeathed
Witnesses: James BRETHERTON; James SMITH

[no title]  D3117/3511  20 December 1871

Contents:
Will copy and memorial card to one of the executors
(1) James SMITH of Southgate Street, outfitter, testator
(2) Henry James GRIMES of Glouc. city, line draper Alfred William JACQUES of Glouc. city, corn merchant, trustees, executors and guardians of testator's children appointed
(3) Mary Gouldar SMITH (wife)
Provision that real estate (unspecified) shall not be disposed of during the lifetime of (2)
Memorial card to Henry James GRIMES of Southgate St. who died 10 May 1885
Witnesses: J. G. RICHARDS, sol. Glouc.; E. FRANKLIN, clerk to JONES & RICHARDS, solrs. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/3512  1846-1900

Contents:
Copies of Marriages, Baptism and Burial Registers (12 sheets)
(1) James SMITH and Mary Goulder BEARCROFT marriage, 24 December 1865 at St. Mary de Crypt
(2) Mary Jane SMITH buried in the Colony of the Cape of Good Hope 1900
(3) Kate STEWART SMITH, born 4 November 1867 at 90 Southgate St.
(4) Mary Jane SMITH, born 31 December 1870 at 90 Southgate St.
(5) Mary GOULDAR born 17 May 1846 in the parish of St. James near Glouc. city
(6) Mary Jane SMITH as above
(7) Edward Gouldar SMITH, born 7 September 1874 at 90 Southgate St.
(8) Edith Emily SMITH born 3 October 1876 at 90 Southgate St.

[no title]  D3117/3513  31 July 1880

Contents:
Probate of will
(1) James SMITH of Southgate Street, testator, outfitter
As in copy D3117/3511
Probate sworn under £1000
Witnesses: as in copy D3117/3511

[no title]  D3117/3514b  7 October 1896

Contents:
Probate of will
(1) Benjamin JACQUES, 20 Brunswick Square, gent
(2) Alfred William JACQUES, of 20 Brunswick Sq., (son and executor appointed)
(3) Elizabeth Sarah, Emily Ann, and Amelia JACQUES, testator's daughters
Will made 31 May 1893
Witnesses: Charles William JONES, Alice HYETT

[no title]  D3117/3515  Legal charges 1878-1885

Contents:
(1) The representatives of the late Mrs. Mary GOULDAR
(2) B. BONNOR, solicitor, Gloucester
Drawing up wills and deeds relating to Southgate Street property, total costs £17-8-4

[no title]  D3117/3517  13 December 1905

Contents:
Probate of will (certified copy)
(1) Alfred William JACQUES, 20 Brunswick Sq., gent, testator
(2) Elizabeth Sarah, Emily Ann and Amelia JACQUES, (sisters) and with Edward FOWLER, executors
(3) Charlotte Ann HOLMES (wife of Reginald Pearson HOLMES), Edith Amelia JACQUES (nieces)
(4) Arthur Alfred JACQUES (nephew)
(5) Ann JACQUES, testator's sister-in-law, wife of Benjamin Charles James JACQUES, deceased
(6) Sarah WALKER, Elizabeth Ann CLUTTERBUCK, Alice CLUTTERBUCK, Ann Maria BOAKES, (daughters of testator's father's sisters Emma NEST and Louisa JESSETT) and Matilda WHITTAKER, Elizabeth Ann FINNEY all cousins of the testators
Will made 28 July 1902
Witnesses: Edward Henry GARDNER of Tuffley Avenue, John Henry WOOLMER, 44 Knowles Road

[no title]  D3117/3518  February 1907

Contents:
Memorandum of receipts (2) (copies)
(1) Edward FOWLER for himself and the executors of the will of Alfred William JACQUES
(2) The Liverpool and London & Globe Insurance Company
Memorandum of receipts for payment of £200 by the company following fire damage to 90 Southgate Street

[no title]  D3117/3519  April 1907

Contents:
"Estimate and quantity of damage done by fire at premises occupied by Messrs. ENGLISHMAN, Southgate Street" by William T. NICHOLLS of St. Paul's Road, builder and contractor.
6 sheets, total damages £178-3-6, bill included giving total as £198

[no title]  D3117/3520  16 December 1915

Contents:
Probate of Will
(1) Elizabeth Sarah JACQUES, 20 Brunswick Square
(2) Emily Ann JACQUES, Amelia JACQUES (sisters) and Albert Edward PALMER of Glouc. city, accountant, executors appointed
(3) Ann JACQUES, widow of Benjamin Charles James JACQUES, testator's brother
(4) Charlotte Ann HOLMES, Edith Amelia JACQUES, Arthur Alfred JACQUES, nieces and nephews of the testator
Will made 6 July 1906. Note attached stating that probate granted on condition that the will shall not benefit a German or any of a nationality allied to Germany
Witnesses: H.W. GRIMES, sol. Glouc.; James SMALL, clerk to GRIMES & BARRY-LEWIS

[no title]  D3117/3521  18 February 1919

Contents:
Probate of Will
(1) Amelia JACQUES, spinster, 20 Brunswick Square
(2) Elizabeth Sarah JACQUES, Emily Ann JACQUES, and Albert Edward PALMER of Glouc. city, accountant, executors appointed
(3) Ann JACQUES, widow of Benjamin Charles James JACQUES, testator's brother
(4) Charlotte Ann HOLMES, wife of Reginald Pearson HOLMES
(5) Edith Amelia JACQUES (niece), Arthur Alfred JACQUES (nephew)
Will made 6 July 1906 (ante alien provision as in D3117/3520)
Witnesses: H.W. GRIMES, sol. Glouc.; James SMALL, clerk to GRIMES & BARRY-LEWIS, solrs. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/3522  9 May 1924

Contents:
Probate of will
(1) Emily Ann JACQUES, spinster, 20 Brunswick Square
(2) Arthur Alfred JACQUES, Albert Edward PALMER 36 Central Road, accountant, executors and trustees appointed
(3) Dr. Ernest Dykes BOWER of Glouc.
(4) Elizabeth Ann CLUTTERBUCK, Miss Alice CLUTTERBUCK, Mrs. Elizabeth TRENDELL, Louisa BARNES, testator's cousins
Will made 4 August 1921
Legacies to Gloucester Royal Infirmary, the Gloucester Children's Hospital of 100 & 50 guineas. Personal estate specified. Property in Oxbode Lane
Witnesses: W.H. MADGE, J.E. MATTHEWS, solrs. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/3523  30 September 1927

Contents:
Probate of will
(1) Mary Goulder SMITH, widow, 30 Howard St. later living at 7 Regent Street
(2) Kate Stewart SMITH of St. John's Wood, London (daughter) and George Edward LONG of Court Farm, Barnwood, farmer, trustees and executors appointed
(3) Edith Emily SMITH of Dordrecht, Cape Colony, S.A. (daughter)
(4) Edward Gouldar SMITH, Aldbury near Sydney, Australia (son of testator)
Will made 7 February 1922
Memorandum (draft undated) that freehold hereditaments numbered 90 (formerly 15) Southgate St, conveyed to Charles DICKINS Limited
Witnesses: George R. BONNOR, sol. Glouc.; Frederick C. HINDER his clerk

[no title]  D3117/3524  29 November 1927

Contents:
Letters of Administration
(1) Mary Gouldar SMITH, widow, 7 Regent Street, formerly 30 Howard St., deceased
(2) Arthur Edward JACQUES and Albert Edward PALMER the personal representatives of Alfred William JACQUES, deceased, once the surviving trustee of settled land vested in (1)
Memoranda (drafts undated) that in 1927 (2) above vested in themselves upon trust to sell property known as No. 90 Southgate Street. Memorandum that in 1927 property conveyed by executors in D3117/3523 and representatives above to Charles DICKINS Ltd.

[no title]  D3117/3525  12 May 1866

Contents:
Probate of will
(1) Charles JACQUES, 45 Clarence Gardens, Regents Park, pianoforte maker
(2) Elizabeth Sarah, Emily Ann, and Amelia JACQUES, daughters of Benjamin JACQUES, 7 Kings Street, Glouc. city, and the testator's nieces
(3) Mary PORTHOUSE, testator's landlady
(4) Rebecka SWINGLER of North Kentish Town, a beneficiary
(5) Benjamin JACQUES, executor appointed
Will made 6 April 1866
No. 27 Munster Square, Regent's Park, St. Pancras; no. 23 Charles Street, Portland Town St. Marylebone. Fourteen paid up shares in the Stocton and Darlington Railway Company.
Probate sworn under £1500
Witnesses: Joseph GRAVE; Daniel HARTSHORN, Joseph WHEELOCK, a London Commissioner to administer Chancery Oaths (by family association)

[no title]  D3117/3815  26 March 1885 (Bell Inn) by association only

Contents:
Appointment of New Trustee of Marriage Settlement
(1) Elizabeth BAILEY, wife of Henry BAILEY, 48 Portsdown Road, Maida Vale, co. Middx. warehouseman
(2) Henry William BRUTON of Glouc. city, auctioneer and land surveyor
(3) Richard Vassar VASSAR-SMITH, formerly of Wotton Hill House, now of Ashfield, Gt. Malvern, gent
Trustee to marriage settlement made 18 December 1863 re estate called Catswood by virtue of will of John GARDNER; and the mortgage debt of £575 with debenture debt of £250
Witnesses: Gideon George GARDINER M.D., Wimpole St. London, Henry J. TAYNTON, sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/3815a  18 December 1863 (by association only)

Contents:
Marriage Settlement
(1) Henry BAILEY of 8 & 9 Trump St. Cheapside, warehouseman
(2) Elizabeth PEARSE of Glouc. City, spinster
(3) Edwin FOXWELL of Longford, gent
Richard Tew SMITH of Wotton, general railway carrier
Estate called "Catswood" in Bisley and Stroud to which (2) is heir in survivorship, under the will of John GARDNER.
Indenture endorsed nominating Richard Vassar VASSAR-SMITH and William HOLES the new trustees (8 August 1872)
Witnesses: John PARTRIDGE, 122 High St. Cheltenham; Charles WILKES, attorneys, clerk, 8 St. Mark St. Kingsholm

[no title]  D3117/3816  11 May 1891 (Bell Inn by association only)

Contents:
Deed of Appointment to trusts
(1) Elizabeth BAILEY, 48 Portsdown Rd, Maida Vale, widow
(2) Eleanor Winifred, Malcolm and Eveleen BAILEY, 3 of the 5 children of (1)
£20 debentures of the Glouc. Bell Hotel Co. Ltd., and other money in Lloyds Bank, Gloucester
Witnesses: Abraham COHEN of London; Elizabeth BROWN of Maida Vale, housekeeper

[no title]  D3117/3817  27 August 1892 (Bell Inn by association only)

Contents:
Appointment of New Trustee
(1) Richard Vassar VASSAR-SMITH, Esq. of Charlton Park, Charlton Kings
(2) Henry William BRUTON of Glouc. city, auctioneer
(3) Malcolm BAILEY of 5 Greville Road, Kilburn, co. Middx., gent
H. J. TAYNTON, sol. Glouc.; Ernest Nelson SPENCER of Wandsworth, London, bank clerk

[no title]  D3117/3818  25 August 1892 (Bell Inn by association only)

Contents:
Succession Account
(1) Eleanor Winifred BAILEY, Malcolm, Eveleen, Ethel and Minnie BAILEY, all of 5 Greville Road, Kilburn, London (successors on death of Elizabeth BAILEY)
Mortgage interests under marriage settlement; debenture of Bell Inn and cash

[no title]  D3117/3818  25 August, 1892

Contents:
(1) Elizabeth BAILEY (testator, deceased)
(2) Eleanor Winifred BAILEY; Malcolm BAILEY; Eveleen BAILEY, Ethel BAILEY; Minnie BAILEY
Mortgage of interests under indenture of settlement dated 18th December 1863; debenture of the Gloucester Bell Hotel; deposit account at Lloyds Bank

[no title]  D3117/3819  1891 (Bell Inn by association only)

Contents:
Correspondence inc. a household bill
(1) Malcolm BAILEY esq. Maida Vale and Knightsbridge
(2) Richard Vassar VASSAR-SMITH esq. of Cheltenham, a trustee under the marriage settlement of Elizabeth BAILEY (refer D3117/3815)
Letters re ill health of E.B. and financial difficulties of the family in their house at Maida Vale

[no title]  D3117/3822  18 February 1711

Contents:
Assignment in trust to attend inheritance of (3)
(1) Thomas WADE of Glouc. City, gent
(2) Samuel HALL of Tetherington, clerk,, and Elizabeth his wife, formerly E. ARNOLD, widow of John ARNOLD of Glouc. city, gent; Robert WINTLE of Glouc. city, gent., William SMITH of Glouc. city, gent., William WOODING of Glouc. city, buttonmaker
(3) Joseph MEADWAY of Glouc. city, barber chirurgion
(4) John MEADWAY of Glouc. City, hossyer
Moiety of a messuage in Southgate Street, occupied by Joseph MEADWAY, adjoining the White Hart Inn
Term: residue of 500 years
Consideration: £34
Witnesses: Nathaniel LYE; William HAWARD; John PARSONS; Nicholas SMITHSEND, Wm. Blick ELMES

[no title]  D3117/3823  19 February 1711

Contents:
Lease for a year
(1) Robert WINTLE of Glouc. city, gent (only son and heir of Richard WINTLE of Glouc. city, gent, and Hester his wife)
Anne WINTLE of Glouc. city, spinster (only daughter of Ric. WINTLE)
Samuel HALL of Titherington, clerk, and Elizabeth his wife, formerly E. ARNOLD
William SMITH of Glouc. city, gent.; William WOODING of the same place, button maker
(2) Joseph MEADWAY of Glouc. city, barber chirurgion
Messuage with shop, kitchen, 2 chambers above in Southgate Street, messuage of Hester WATSON, widow in N; tenement of Charles BEARDON on S
Rent: peppercorn
Term: a year
Consideration: 5/-
Witnesses: William BEAUVOIR, Joshua WORRAL; Nicholas SMITHSEND

[no title]  D3117/3823a  28 January 1712

Contents:
Marriage Settlement
(1) Samuel HALL of Tetherington, clerk, and Elizabeth his wife (formerly Elizabeth ARNOLD widow)
(2) Joseph MEDWAY of Glouc. city, barber chirurgion
(3) Robert WINTLE of Glouc. City, gent; and William WOODING of Glouc. City, button maker
Property of late John ARNOLD in Southgate Street
Witnesses: John BROMWICH; Nathaniel LYE

[no title]  D3117/3824  13 February 1723

Contents:
Probate of Will
(1) John MEADWAY of Glouc. city, hossier (testator)
(2) Edward NICHOLLS of Glouc. city, woollen draper
(3) Henry MEADWAY, schoolmaster (kinsman)
(4) Abraham MEADWAY, junior, formerly of Glouc. city, bricklayer
(5) Joane COOKE, wife of Charles COOKE of Glouc. city, butcher (sister)
(6) James MANS (brother-in-law)
(7) Edward MEADWAY of Glouc. city, hosier (brother)
(8) Elizabeth MEADWAY, wife of (7)
(9) John MANS (kinsman); Martha MANS (kinswoman)
(10) Mary MILLS, wife of Wm. MILLS of Glouc. city, glover
(11) Amity MEADWAY (testator's nephew)
(12) Sarah MEADWAY, kinswoman
(13) Richard WEEKSEY of Glouc. city, ironmonger; Jas. MANS, senior, of Barton St. (friends of the testator)
(14) Joseph MEADWAY, barber (kinsman) and sole executor appointed
Will proved 20 February 1723
Estate consisting of money sums
Witnesses: William PACE; Anthony GARDINER; Giles WATTS; Jethro HARWARD

[no title]  D3117/3824a  13 January 1765

Contents:
Probe of Will
(1) John MONNINGTON of Glouc. City (testator)
(2) Joseph CHESTON, an alderman; William HUMPHRIS of Glouc. city, maltster
(3) Thomas MONNINGTON of Maidenhead, co. Bucks, staymaker (son)
(4) Isaac WILSON of Kendal Co. Westmoreland
(5) Anna DENNISON of Kendal (cousin)
(6) Richard Brown CHESTON of Glouc. city, surgeon
(7) Jane and Susanna PUMFRY of Tewkesbury, spinsters, (beneficiaries)
(8) John MILLARD of Tewkesbury, tailor (beneficiary)
(9) Martha TEALE of Cheltenham (beneficiary)
(10) Elizabeth PUCKERIDGE of Glouc. City, widow
(11) Sarah WOODWARD (testator's servant)
(12) Robert SHERWOOD of Tirley (beneficiary)
(13) Sarah WINNY (cousin)
(14) Mary DIPPLE of Glouc. city, widow
(15) Joseph BOWLEY, Roger JEWELL of Glouc. city (beneficiaries)
(16) Anna DENISON (cousin)
Will proved 25 February 1765
Estate consisting of money sums and property in Southgate St.
Witnesses: Mary CARPENTER, William BAYLIS, Edward DRIVER

[no title]  D3117/3825  27 September 1766

Contents:
Feoffment
(1) Joseph CHESTON of Glouc. city, apothecary, also an alderman
(2) William HUMPHRIS of Glouc. city, maltster
Moiety of tenement in Southgate Street devised to the parties under will of John MONNINGTON refer D3117/3825 and D3117/3823 for description of property
Consideration: £35
Witnesses: John PITT; Martha FOWNES

[no title]  D3117/3826  23 & 24 October 1767

Contents:
Lease & Release
(1) William HUMPHRIS of Glouc. city, maltster
(2) Thomas BICK of Glouc. city, cordwainer
Messuage, shop, kitchen, inc. pavement in Southgate St. with tenement now of Southall FINMAN on N; and tenement now of Chas. Mellavis TAYLER on S
Consideration: 5/- and £80
Witnesses: Richard HAYTER; Edward DRIVER

[no title]  D3117/3827  10 & 11 April 1778

Contents:
Lease & Release in trust
(1) Thomas BICK of Glouc. city, cordwainer
(2) Mary WATHEN of Glouc. city, spinster
(3) Edward ROBERTS of Glouc. city, tinplate worker
(4) William WELLS of Glouc. city, victualler
Property in Southgate Street described D3117/3826
Consideration: 5/- and £30
Witnesses: Martha HAYWARD; Edward DRIVER

[no title]  D3117/3828  20 & 21 June 1788

Contents:
Lease & Release in trust to attend inheritance (copy)
(1) Edward ROBERTS of Glouc. city, tin plate worker & Mary his wife
(2) John TURNER of Glouc. City, banker, Edward TURNER of Dowdeswell, gent
Messuage in Southgate Street described D3117/3826 with a piece of waste ground with stable oppsite the new gaol in Southgate Street
Consideration: 5/- and 10/- each
Witnesses: Samuel RICKETTS; Henry WILKINSON

[no title]  D3117/3829  1 & 2 October 1788

Contents:
Lease & Release in trust
(1) John TURNER of Glouc. city, banker, Edward TURNER of Dowdeswell, gent
(2) Ann HALE of Glouc. city, spinster
Messuage in Southgate Street, described D3117/3826 in trust for Edward ROBERTS
Consideration: 5/- and £120
Witnesses: Thomas GUNN; Samuel RICKETTS

[no title]  D3117/3830  1 September 1790

Contents:
Left hand indenture of fine
(1) John TURNER; Edward (petents)
(2) Edward ROBERTS & Mary his wife (deforciants)
One messuage, curtilage, barn, stable, garden, one acre of land with appurts. in St. Mary de Crypt
Consideration: £60

[no title]  D3117/3831  1792

Contents:
15 days of St. Martin 33 Geo.III (1792)
Left and right hand indentures of fine
(1) William EVANS (petent)
(2) James CARTER & Anne his wife (deforciants)
Messuage with appurts. in St. Mary de Crypt
Consideration: £100

[no title]  D3117/3832  2 & 3 January 1793

Contents:
Lease & Release
(1) James CARTER of Glouc. City, hairdresser, & Anne his wife, nee HALE
(2) William EVANS of Glouc. city, carpenter
Messuage and appurts. in Southgate St. described D3117/3826; and covenant to levy fine
Consideration: 5/- and £130
Witnesses: William GRIFFITH; Charles JAMES, clerk to Messrs. WHITCOMBE & GRIFFITH

[no title]  D3117/3833  4 January 1793

Contents:
Mortgage by demise
(1) William EVANS of Glouc. city, carpenter
(2) Nathaniel BIDDLE of Glouc. city, grocer
Messuage in Southgate Street described D3117/3826
Declaration endorsed that principal part of money mentioned in Articles of Agreement 6 November 1787 between Elizabeth SAUNDERS and William and Mary EVANS in which (1) is named a trustee
Principal: £130
Witnesses: William GRIFFITH; Charles JAMES, clerk to WHITCOMBE & GRIFFITH

[no title]  D3117/3834  15 March 1798

Contents:
Will (copy dated 1806)
(1) William EVANS of Glouc. City, carpenter (testator)
(2) Thomas SAUNDERS of Glouc. City, tallow chandler
John MARSHALL of Glouc. City, innholder (trustees and executors appointed)
(3) Sarah EVANS (wife)
(4) Richard EVANS (son)
(5) William MOSS of Glouc. city, smith
Property in Southgate Street described D3117/3826, clothing, inc. silver shoe buckles
Witnesses: James CARTER; William AYLESBURY; William DUNN, John DAVIS; George LUKE

[no title]  D3117/3835  17 December 1799

Contents:
Assignment of Mortgage
(1) Nathaniel BIDDLE of Glouc. City, grocer
(2) Sarah EVANS of Glouc. City, widow (and devisee for life of property below)
(3) William MILES, ostler at the White Hart Inn
Messuage in Southgate Street described D3117/3826
Term: residue of 500 years
Principal: £130
Witnesses: Samuel WHITCOMBE; William Le BLANC his clerk

[no title]  D3117/3836  20 December 1806

Contents:
Release of Reversion and Equity of Redemption
(1) Richard EVANS, formerly of Glouc. City, coachmaker, now a private in H.M. Third Regiment of Guards, only living son and heir of William EVANS
(2) William MILES of Glouc. City, pawnbroker
Messuage in Southgate St.
Consideration: £2-2s
Witnesses: Thomas DAVIS, John DAVIS

[no title]  D3117/3837  31 October 1842

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Thomas COOK of Glouc. City, maltster
Reuben COOK of Glouc. City, maltster
(2) Thomas FLETCHER of Glouc. City, gunsmith
Messuage in Southgate St. described D3117/3826
Consideration: £330
Witnesses: Edwin POLLARD, sol. Glouc.; R.R. HORNER attorney of Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/3838  30 May 1836

Contents:
Appointment and Feoffment
(1) Francis HAWKINS of Glouc. City, ironmonger
(2) William MILES of Glouc. City, gent
(3) Frederick WOODCOCK of Glouc. City, postmaster
Recess or piece of ground, forming part of the house of (1) adjoining premises of (2) in Southgate Street, now occupied by Benjamin SOLLAWAY, "and extending from ceiling of the Parlour of the house to the floor of the cellar"
Consideration: £30 note of livery of seizin endorsed
Witnesses: Edwin POLLARD; James POLLARD

[no title]  D3117/3839  October 1842

Contents:
Abstract of Title 1711 -
(1) trustees under will of late William MILES of Glouc. City, gent
Property in Southgate Street. D3117/3822 -

[no title]  D3117/3840  1843

Contents:
Abstract of Title 1759 -
Messuage or tenement in Southgate St.

[no title]  D3117/3841  1846

Contents:
Additional Abstract of Title 1843 -
Messuage and premises in Southgate Street contracted to be sold to Thomas FLETCHER

[no title]  D3117/3842  11 September 1854

Contents:
Will and Codicil (copy)
(1) Thomas FLETCHER of Glouc. City, cutler and gun manufacturer
(2) Elizabeth FLETCHER (wife and sole executrix appointed)
(3) Thomas FLETCHER (eldest son)
(4) George FLETCHER of Tewkesbury, gun manufacturer;
William COMPTON of Tewkesbury, cabinet maker (trustees
(5) Joseph KARN of Glouc. City, wine merchant, trustee substituted for W.C. in codicil
Will proved 4 February 1859, and probate sworn under £3,000
Messuage in Southgate Street, stock in trade and money sums
Witnesses: Robert WILTON; Pleydell WILTON, Frederick WILTON

[no title]  D3117/3843  2 March 1864

Contents:
Lease (counterpart)
(1) Martha WADLEY of Whitminster, widow
(2) Thomas BARTON of Slough, co. Bucks, hotel keeper
Messuage called the "Ram Hotel" with yards and coach houses in or near Southgate Street, occupied by --- NUNN
Rent: £150 a year
Term: 6 years
Witness: Charles Thomas PHILLIPS, sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/3876  27 June 1722

Contents:
Assignment to attend the inheritance
(1) William HODGES, of Glouc. city, gent; George SAVAGE Esq. of Gloucester city (trustee of (5))
(2) Nathaniel LYE of Gloucester city, Doctor of Divinity, Edward COOK Esq. of Highnam; John COCKS Esq. of Gloucester
(3) Robert WINTLE, gent, and Anne WINTLE, spinster, only son and daughter of Richard WINTLE of Gloucester, deceased, and Hester his wife
(4) James DANCOCKS of Gloucester, innholder
(5) Edward JAMES of Gloucester, gent
Messuage called the White Hart in Southgate Street
Terms: residue of 200 and 500 years
Consideration: £200 and £400
Witnesses: Lawrence CRUMP; Francis YATE; Joseph RELPH, Benjamin SAUNDERS; Jonathan DAVIS

[no title]  D3117/3877  27 June 1722

Contents:
Release in fee (refer D3117/3876)
(1) Nathaniel LYE of Glouc. city, Doctor of Divinity; Edward COOKE, Esq., of Highnam; John COCKS esq., of Glouc. city
(2) Robert WINTLE, gent; and Anne WINTLE, spinster, (son and daughter of Ric. W. of Glouc. City, gent, deceased, and Hester his wife)
(3) James DANCOCKS of Glouc. City, innholder
White Hart Inn, Southgate St, recently tenanted by James DUNBAR
Consideration: £600 and 5/-
Witnesses: Edward JAMES; Francis YATE; Joseph RELPH; Stephen COOKE

[no title]  D3117/3889  7 June 1839

Contents:
Lease
(1) John WAITE of Shippon House nr. Abingdon, Berks, gent.
(2) Griffith HUMPHREYS of Glouc. City, slate merchant
Messuage with appurts. on the W. side of Southgate Street opposite the Infirmary, occupied by William KENT tailor
Rent: £24
Term: 7 years
Witnesses: George KNAPP, plumber of Abingdon, Philip B. COOKE, sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/4037  1935

Contents:
Particulars of Sale
69, 71 & 73 Southgate Street; 1 Parliament Street on adjoining dwelling house. Photograph and plan included

[no title]  D3117/4257  10 May 1900

Contents:
Lease
(1) Arthur LEWIS of Milocroft Hempsted, gent
(2) William Edward WATTS of Mansfield Road, Nottingham, watchmaker and jeweller
Messuage, shop and buildings and court yard and workshops known as 70 Southgate Street
Rent: £48 for 2 years, £52 for residue of 8 years
Term: 10 years
Witness: Harold PHILLIPS, clerk to M. BARRY-LEWIS, sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/4293  23 December 1834

Contents:
Lease for a year
(1) Edward BLOXSOME of Dursley, gent
(2) James LEWIS of Southgate Street, Gloucester, veterinary surgeon
Messuage now in the occupation of (2) in the parish of St. Owen
Term: One year
Rent: A peppercorn
Consideration: 5/-
Witnesses: Thomas SMITH of Dursley; Alfred JACKSON of Dursley

[no title]  D3117/4294  24 December 1834

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Edward BLOXSOME of Dursley, gent
(2) James LEWIS of Gloucester, veterinary surgeon
Property described D3117/4293
Consideration: £700
Witnesses: H.M. SMITH of Dursley; Alfred JACKSON of Dursley

STATION ROAD  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D3117/1077  29 September 1892

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Nellie WILSON, widow, of Oxford Street
William RENWICK of Oxford Street, tailor and draper (executor and trustee of John WILSON deceased)
(2) Thomas GOUGH of the York House Inn, London Road, haulier and innkeeper
Messuage in Station road known as No. 2 Cambridge Villas; bounded in N by No. 1; and on S by premises belonging to Bell Inn; on W an alley, on E Station Road
Consideration: £165
Witness: William A. SIVELER, solicitor, Gloucester

STRATTON ROAD  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D3117/3437  17 April 1872

Contents:
Mortgage
(1) James LATIMER of Ryecroft Street, engineer
(2) William KENDREW of Glouc. city, gent
Piece of land and a messuage in a new road Stratton Road, land of Joseph CLAY on N; land of George MORRIS on S; new road on E
Principal: £100
Witness: James BRETHERTON, sol. Glouc.

STROUD ROAD  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D3117/3641  30 August 1887

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Margaret SHEPPARD of Glouc. city, widow
Rev. Bernard Henry SHEPPARD of St. Peter's Vicarage, Droitwich, Worcs.
Benjamin JORDAN of Glouc. city, gent.
(2) Frederic CLARK of Glouc. city, gent.
(3) William WIBBY of Glouc. city, builder
(4) David MORRIS, 20 Weston Rd, engine fitter
Messuage, garden and premises number 59 Stroud Road, occupied by Mrs. BROTHERIDGE and Reuben CHAPPLE respectively, the site of which recently forming part of a triangular piece of land and part of another piece of land conveyed (3) by George Thomas BEARD 16 May 1879. Schedule 1878 - included
Witness: E. BIRLEY (of Preston?); J.W. CHESHIRE clerk in orders, Paignton; A.W.K. GODWIN, clerk to SHEPPARD & CLARK, solrs. Glouc.

[no title or date]  D3117/3983

Contents:
Cash account book among BOWLY papers 1828-1831, kept by BOWLY; references to horses, furniture, house repairs, foodstuffs, etc.

[no title]  D3117/3984  1872-1884

Contents:
One volume recording contributions (?) to varied Charities among records and papers of Samuel BOWLY

[no title]  D3117/3986  20 November 1871

Contents:
Fire Insurance Policy
(1) Royal Fire and Life Insurance Company
(2) Samuel BOWLY esq. of Saintsbridge House nr. Gloucester Household goods etc., insured for £600

[no title]  D3117/3987  22 July 1884

Contents:
Deed of Disclaimer
by Benjamin JORDAN, 5 Spa Villas, gent; renouncing duties under will of will of Samuel BOWLY
Witness: Frederic CLARK, sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/3988  4 April 1884

Contents:
Valuation of goods of Samuel BOWLY esq. deceased

[no title]  D3117/3989  27 May 1885

Contents:
Release and draft
(1) Sarah Jane ELLIS of the Brand, Loughborough, co. Leics., widow
(2) Maria TAYLOR, wife of James TAYLOR of Ayton House, Great Ayton, Northallerton, co. Yorks, ship owner
(3) James TAYLOR
(4) Martha CASH wife of Frederick Goodall CASH of Sunesdale House, Pyrland Road, Highbury, New Park, London, merchant
(5) Frederick Goodall CASH
(6) Eliza BATTEN wife of Rayner Winterbotham BATTEN of Glouc. City, doctor
(7) Rayner Winterbotham BATTEN
(8) John BOWLY of Reading, co. Berks, gent.
(9) Rayner Winterbotham BATTEN; Frederick SESSIONS of Glouc. City, merchant
Release by 1-8 of all claims and property under will of Samuel BOWLY
Schedules of expenses, debts, legacies etc. included

[no title]  D3117/3990  7 February 1887

Contents:
Conveyance (copy)
(1) Rayner Winterbotham BATTEN of Glouc. City, doctor, Frederick SESSIONS of Glouc. city, merchant
(2) The Gloucestershire Banking Company Ltd.,
(3) Thomas COMMELINE of Glouc. City, Bank Manager John REID of 39 Threadneedle Street, gent
(4) The Capital and Counties Bank Limited
Principal monies and freehold and leasehold property vested in Samuel BOWLY at his death
Witnesses: Frederic CLARK, sol. Glouc.; Archibald F. SIMPSON, assistant inspector of the Capital and Counties Bank, London; A. PASTORELLI, secretary to the Company; Arthur LEWIS, A.W.K. GODWIN, clerks to Messrs. SHEPPARD and CLARK, solrs. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/3991  1857-1874

Contents:
Rent Book (among BOWLY papers)
References to property at Tewkesbury; Painswick Road; Estate, Horsepools; High Orchard; "S. Bowly's House"; Lower Painswick estate; Russell Place; Stroud Road; Llanthony Road; Tredworth; Barton Lane

[no title]  D3117/3992  1884-1885

Contents:
Cash account book of the executors of Samuel BOWLY deceased

SUFFOLK STREET  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D3117/4534  1833-1909

26

Contents:
Property

[no title]  D3117/4565  1833-1853

10

Contents:
Messuage and land, Brothers Place

SWAN LANE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D3117/3077  30 November 1883

Contents:
Mortgage and Reconveyance
(1) Ellen PIKE of the "Plasterer's Arms", Clare Street, wife of Geo.P., master mariner
(2) James BRETHERTON, of Glouc. city, gent
Three cottages and gardens at junction of Clare Street and Swan Lane, and known as Nos. 18, 20 and 22 Swan Lane, occupied by A. TALBOY, J. MANLEY, J. Shott. Clare Street on N, Swan Lane on W
Consideration: £80
Witness: Fred. H. BRETHERTON, sol. Glouc.

[no title or date]  D3117/3077

Contents:
Reconveyance
(1) James BRETHERTON
(2) Ellen PIKE
Security, as above
Consideration: as principal above
Witness: as above

[no title]  D3117/3078  30 November 1883

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) John William REA formerly of Barton Lodge, now of Chiswick, Middx. gent
(2) John GRIFFETT of Priory Road, coal dealer
(3) Ellen PIKE of the Plasterer's Arms, Clare Street, wife of Geo. P. Master mariner
Nos. 18, 20, 22 Swan Lane
Consideration: £345
Witnesses: Thomas H. WASHBOURN, sol. Glouc., Fred H. BRETHERTON, sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/3079  16 September 1893

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Ellen PIKE of Henry Road, Glouc. wife of George PIKE, master mariner
(2) Ernest George ELLNOR, 6 Deacon Street, dealer
Nos. 18, 20, 22 Swan Lane
Consideration: £280
Witnesses: Ernest H. CLIFFORD, clerk to BRETHERTON, SON and BOUGHTON, solrs. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/3080  14 December 1896

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Ernest George ELLNOR, formerly 6 Deacon Street, dealer, now Duke of Sussex Inn, Westgate Street, innkeeper
(2) Ellis Joseph HUNT of Ashton Villa, Howard Street, steam tug Master
Nos. 18, 20, 22 Swan Lane occupied by BROWN, BOWERS & MAYO
Consideration: £280
Witness: J. E. HULLETT, clerk to LANGLEY-SMITH, sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/3081  1899

Contents:
Abstract of Title, 1880 -
(1) George WEBB
Five cottages in Swan Lane

[no title]  D3117/3082  29 July 1899

Contents:
Acknowledgement
(1) George WEBB of Priory Road, blacksmith
(2) Francis FARMER, 17 Park Road, schoolmaster
Acknowledgement of right to production of deeds to hereditaments in Swan Lane. Schedule 1880 included
Witness: Ralph FREAM, clerk to CHAMPNEY & LONG, solrs. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/3083  29 July 1899

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Fanny Lucy CHAMPNEY, spinster, of the city of York
(2) George WEBB of Priory Road, blacksmith
(3) Francis FARMER, 17 Park Road, schoolmaster
Five cottages in Swan Lane, clear plan included
Consideration: £200
Witness: H.C. CHAMPNEY, sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/4158A  12 January 1911

Contents:
Deed of Arrangement
(1) Francis WINTLE of Mitcheldean, brewer
(2) William LEE of 95 Westgate St. lodging house keeper
(3) Harriett Matilda KITSELL of Cleeve House, The Boulevard, Weston-super-Mare, widow
William LANGLEY-SMITH of Glouc. city, solicitor
Deed of arrangement re rights of way over the yard of the White Swan Inn to the Old Spa House, Westgate Street. Plan included.
Witnesses: Edwin YEARSLEY, sol. Glouc.; W. Harold H. LANGLEY-SMITH, sol. Glouc.; Walter SPRINGFORD of Weston-super-Mare

[no title]  D3117/4159  4 February 1914

Contents:
Reconveyance
(1) Harriet Matilda KITSELL, formerly of Weston-super-Mare, now of 14 Ellesmere Road, Gladstone Park, London. William LANGLEY-SMITH of Glouc. City, gent.
(2) William LEE, 195 Westgate Street, lodging house keeper
Property described D3117/4158
Witnesses: A. NEWBAY, Dover St, London, clerk to Chapman, Walker and Shepherd, C.E. JEENS, sol. Glouc, managing clerk to Messrs. LANGLEY-SMITH and Son

[no title]  D3117/4160  1931

Contents:
Abstract of Title 1923 -
Wintle's Brewery Ltd., of John Dalton St, Manchester
Plot of land in Swan Lane, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/4161  1931

Contents:
Abstract of Title, 1879 -
Wintle's Brewery Ltd., Manchester
Premises in Swan Lane, Gloucester, known as the White Swan Inn, and appurtenances

SWEET BRIAR STREET  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D3117/1106  24 June 1879

Contents:
Deed of Gift
(1) Maria WEAVER, spinster, Clifton Villas, Camden Park Road, Middlesex
(2) Ada Maud WEAVER, spinster, ditto, niece of M.W.
Three messuages in Sweet Briar Street, in occupation of Daniel LANE
Witness: Rosalind BREECE, late spinster, 258 Camden Road, London

[no title]  D3117/1352  28 & 29 September 1826

Contents:
Lease and Release
(1) George Worrall COUNSEL of Gloucester, gent
(2) Edward Hayman CHAMBERS of Gloucester, hawker
(3) Hansel BAIRD of Gloucester, grocer
(a) Piece of land and newly built house occupied by William WEBB; bounded on N by a new road from London to Tewkesbury and Glouc. turnpike; messuage of William DAVIS on SW; land of (1) on S; a new road on N.W not yet completed leading into (H) Onyatt Lane
(b) Messuage on opposite side of incompleted road; with land of James ELMES, George TURK, Thomas HAYES on S.W; land of (1) on N & NE
Schedule 1800-7 included
Consideration: £45-11-0
Witnesses: E. DANCE; Edwin POLLARD

[no title]  D3117/1361  1841

Contents:
Abstract of Title 1837 -
(1) William BALDWIN
Equity of Redemption of messuage and premises
Witness: LOVEGROVE, sol.

[no title]  D3117/1364  22 November 1859

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Samuel HAYCOCK of Glouc. city, gent, surviving trustee of will of William SMITH formerly of Barbican House, late of Barton St. Mary, deceased, yeoman
(2) Jesse ANDERSON of Glouc. city, baker, William ANDERSON, ditto, baker
Property in Sweet Briar and Columbia Streets, described D3117/1358, occupied by (2) and William JOYNER respectively
Consideration: £105
Witness: James BRETHERTON, sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/1365  23 December 1870

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Samuel HART of Stroud Villas, Park End Road, gent
(2) William ANDERSON, bachelor, of Kingsholm, baker
Property in Sweetbriar Street described D3117/1359 near to Kingsholm Iron Foundry, plan included
Consideration: £340 purchase money
Witnesses: J. Samuel HART; George WHITCOMBE, sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/1366  2 November 1893

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) John William BURR, 3 Kingsholm Sq. accountant
(2) James BALLINGER, 5 Sweet Briar Street, baker, executor of will of William ANDERSON deceased
Property in Columbia and Sweetbriar Streets, described D3117/1364, 1365
Pencilled marginal note that stable belonging to the first property sold to SMITH. Memorandum that property mentioned second was conveyed 7 May 1902, by (2) to Will. E. SMITH
Consideration: £600
Witnesses: Alfred Charles POWELL, clerk to WHITCOMBE & HAINES, solrs. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/1367  10 May 1888

Contents:
Mortgage
(1) William ANDERSON of Elmbridge Farm, farmer
(2) Mary DYMOCK, widow, of Victoria Place, Bristol Road, Emma DYMOCK, widow, of Waveney Poplar Avenue, Edgebaston, Warwick
Bakery in Sweetbriar Street described D3117/1365 and messuage in Columbia Street, 1364
Principal: £208
Witnesses: Edward T. GARDOM, sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/1367  1 November 1893

Contents:
Reconveyance
(1) Mary DYMOCK now Mary DAVIS wife of James DYMOCK, of the Hawthorns, Longleavens, Emma DYMOCK
(2) John William BURR, 3 Kingsholm Sq. gent, trustee of will of (1) above
Property as above
Witness: Alfred C. POWELL, clerk to WHITCOMBE & HAINES

[no title]  D3117/1368  15 May 1894

Contents:
Mortgage
(1) James BALLINGER, 5 Sweetbriar Street, baker
(2) Mary JAMES, and Jane Amelia JAMES, spinsters of Park End Road
No. 5 Sweetbriar Street occupied partly by (1) and partly by Will. Henry HOLLOWAY; and property described D3117/1365
Principal: £300
Witnesses: Benjamin JORDAN, clerk to HANNAM-CLARK & BAYTON, solrs. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/1368  1 April 1896

Contents:
Reconveyance
(1) Mary JAMES and Jane Amelia JAMES
(2) James BALLINGER
Property as above
Witness: A.E. PALMER, clerk to HANNAN-CLARK

[no title]  D3117/1370  8 May 1902

Contents:
Mortgage
(1) William Edward SMITH, 92 Hare Lane, baker
(2) James BALLINGER, 5 Sweetbriar St.
Mary Jane Pearce ARKELL, spinster, of Claremont House, Sunderland, Durham
Property in Sweetbriar and Columbia Streets described D3117/1365, 1364
Principal: £350
Witness: Frank TREASURE, sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/1371  25 May 1903

Contents:
Transfer of Mortgage
(1) Mary Jane Pearce ARKELL, spinster, of Claremont House, Sunderland, Durham
(2) Amy FRANCILLON, widow of Glouc. city
Property described D3117/1370 in Sweetbriar and Columbia Streets
Principal: £350
Witness: G. THOMPSON, Langham Tovary, Sunderland

[no title]  D3117/2460  10 December 1849

Contents:
Mortgage
(1) Henry WEAVER of Columbia Street, Gloucester, builder
(2) Thomas CUFF ADAMS Esq. of Bath
Piece of land in Kingsholm fronting Sweet Briar Street, bounded on the S. by a ditch dividing the City from the County of Gloucester; on W. by a messuage now or late belonging to James RAVENHILL; on E. by land of John HEATH; on N. by Sweet Briar Street; together with right of way along Sweet Briar Street
Consideration: £325 with interest
Witness: Thomas TAYNTON

[no title]  D3117/2461  10 June 1867

Contents:
Transfer of mortgage
(1) Thomas Cliff ADAMS Esq. of Bath
(2) John Ralph BEDWELL of Northleach, Glouc., surgeon
Principal of £325 and interest owing, refer 2460; piece of land described D3117/2460
Consideration: £325
Witnesses: Henry BOND, clerk to William HALE, sol. Bath

[no title]  D3117/3761  4 March 1833

Contents:
Mortgage by Demise
(1) John BAYLIS of Glouc. city, bricklayer
(2) William BAYLIS of Kingsholm, bricklayer
(3) Richard HARRIS of Glouc. city, gent
Piece of land at the back of Sweet Briar Street
Term: 1000 years
Principal: £100
Witnesses: John LOVEGROVE, clerk to G.W.C. attorney of Glouc.; B.M. BRADLEY, wife of Lieut. BRADLEY of Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/4109  15 June 1823

Contents:
Lease for a year
(1) John BAYLIS of Gloucester, victualler
(2) Joseph HILL of Gloucester, carpenter
(3) William Giles MAYSEY of Gloucester, hairdresser
Piece of ground, formerly part of a certain close of ground called West Honyatt Ground, in the parish of St. Mary de Lode
Term: One year
Rent: A peppercorn
Consideration: 5/-
Witnesses: Charles PARKER, William HILL

[no title]  D3117/4110  16 June 1823

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) John BAYLIS of Gloucester, victualler
(2) Joseph HILL of Gloucester, carpenter
(3) William Giles MAYSEY of Gloucester, hairdresser
(4) John MAYSEY of Gloucester, butcher
Piece of ground, refer 4109
Consideration: £10 8s.
Witnesses: Charles PARKER; Will HILL

[no title]  D3117/4111  3 March 1855

Contents:
Mortgage
(1) George JOHNSTONE of Sandhurst, gent
(2) Ann MAYSEY of Coleford, spinster
(3) Joseph LOVEGROVE of Gloucester, gent
Piece of nursery ground, formerly meadow, on E. side of Honyatt Lane together with messuage recently erected in Alvin St. in occupation of George KIBBLE; also land described D3117/4109
Consideration: £100, with interest
Witnesses: John Austen GRIFFITHS, clerk to Mr. LOVEGROVE, sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/4112  6 June 1853

Contents:
Mortgage
(1) Ann MAYSEY of Coleford, spinster
(2) George JOHNSTONE of Sandhurst, gent
Property described D3117/4111
Consideration: £100, with interest
Witness: Joseph LOVEGROVE, sol. Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/4113  2 March 1861

Contents:
Reconveyance
(1) Joseph LOVEGROVE of Gloucester, gent
(2) John FLETCHER of Abingdon, Berks., grocer, and Ann his wife (formerly Ann MAYSEY, spinster)
Property described D3117/4111
Consideration: £150
Witnesses: John MAYSEY, junior; Henry LOVEGROVE, sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/4114  14 April 1882

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) William Turle GADD of 59 Queen Street, Ramsgate, gent Henry Edward BATE of Southampton, draper, devisees in trust under the will of the late John FLETCHER
(2) Eliza Maysey FLETCHER of South Hampstead, Middlesex, spinster
Property described D3117/4111
Witnesses: John STATEY, clerk, William Fletcher GADD of Ramsgate, pharmaceutical chemist

[no title]  D3117/4115  16 November 1882

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Eliz Maysey FLETCHER of Abingdon, Berks., spinster
(2) William Giles MAYSEY of Wotton, gent
Property described D3117/4111, being no. 50 Alvin Street and no. 14 Sweet Briar Street
Consideration: £115
Witness: A. PRESTON of Abingdon, Berks.

[no title]  D3117/4116  1905

Contents:
Abstract of title
(1) The Devisee under the will of William Giles MAYSEY, deceased
14 Sweetbriar Street. Schedule 1882, included.

[no title]  D3117/4298  18 August 1846

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) John BRADLEY of Gloucester, a lieutenant in the Royal Navy and surviving devisee in trust named in the will of George Worrall COUNSEL of Gloucester, builder
(2) William FREAM of Gloucester, builder
(3) John LOVEGROVE of Gloucester, gentleman
Piece of land on N. side of Sweetbriar Street (316 sq. yds.) bounded on E by Sweetbriar Street on "by a pathway on N, by a road leading to a piece of nursery ground called 'Portlocks Piece'; on S. by a house belonging to Mr. MERRELL
Schedule 1800 -, and plan included
Consideration: £35
Witness: Joseph LOVEGROVE of Eastgate St. Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/4306  28 January 1840

Contents:
Lease
(1) George ADAMS of Gloucester, yeoman
(2) Frederick LANE of St. Catherines, Gloucester, cordwainer
Piece of ground in parish of St. Mary de Lode, having the other part of the ground called West Honyatt ground on E & S, land belonging to Robert CRITCHLEY and a road on N; together with messuage standing on the premises; also piece of ground in the parish of St. Mary de Lode, having land belonging to George Worrall COUNSEL on E & S, land of John MAYSEY on W, road leading to land in the occupation of Wm. PORTLOCK on N, together with the messuage standing on the ground
Term: One year
Rent: A peppercorn
Consideration: 5/-
Witnesses: Edward Walker COREN, clerk to Mr. BURRUP, sol. Glouc; Joseph NEEDHAM

SYBIL ROAD  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D3117/3606  16 March 1907

Contents:
Mortgage
(1) William COWLING, 18 Queen Square, Bristol, sack agent
(2) Harry Warner GRIMES and Martin BARRY-LEWIS of Glouc. city, solicitors
Piece of land in a new road laid out by Charles Allan JONES and intended to be called Sybil Road, with four messuages known as 'Rossemead', 'Wingrove', 'Claremont' and 'Rycote', subject to mortgage with Laura SHARPE for £500. And land on S. of Leonard Rd, near Tredworth Field, with a semi-detached house also numbered 4, also known as "Trevose" also subject to mortgage of the same date as above
Consideration: £200
Witness: Harold W. PHILLIPS, clerk to GRIMES & BARRY-LEWIS

[no title]  D3117/3607  17 March 1913

Contents:
Transfer of Mortgage, refer to memorandum in D3117/3606, stating that principal sum transferred 31 December 1909
(1) Eliza HIPWOOD, widow, of Gresham Bayshill, Cheltenham
(2) Ellen HILL, spinster, 3 Barton Street
Property in Sybil and Leonard Roads described D3117/3606
Principal: £200
Witness: Mildred Annie STANTON, Gresham, Cheltenham, housemaid

TEWKESBURY STREET  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D3117/3654  1 May 1857

Contents:
Probate of Will
(1) Jane JONES widow of Lower Barton Street (testator)
(2) Ann Mary POWELL, Elizabeth POWELL and Jane DOWSON widow (testator's nieces)
(3) Edwin POWELL (testator's nephew)
(4) Ann JONES (testator's sister-in-law) sole executrix appointed
Will made 10 February 1857
Two freehold messuages in Westgate Street; two leasehold messuages in Tewkesbury Street, Gloucester city; freehold messuage in Berkeley Street; interest and share in 2 freehold messuages in Tewkesbury Street, Gloucester now occupied by Thomas MEADOWS and Wm. HARO; interest in a leasehold Flock Mill, with cottages and land in the hamlet of Barton St. Mary
Probate sworn under £600
Witnesses: James BRETHERTON, solicitor, Gloucester; William UNDERWOOD of Barton Street

TREDWORTH LANE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D3117/4563  (1822)-1864

2

Contents:
2 cottages

TUFFLEY AVENUE  [no ref. or date]

Conditions of access: D3117/2764-2776 withdrawn by Corporation 2/4/76

[no title]  D3117/2764  3 December 1874

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) The Ecclesiastical Commissioners for England
(2) Rees THOMAS of Newport, draper and outfitter
Piece of land in South Hamlet on N. of "New Road", part of Lower Sheephouse Estate, bounded on E. by land of (1) and the N. side following the Gloucester city boundary. Property referred to in Inclosure map of 1799. (plan included). Schedule 1852- included
Consideration: £1800
Witnesses: Charles Joseph ELLIS of Westminster; B. BONNOR, solicitor, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/2765  2 January 1877

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Rees THOMAS of Newport, draper and outfitter
(2) Frederick John CULLIS of Gloucester city, gent.
About 9 acres in "Lower Sheephouse Estate", land of Canon LYSONS and land to be sold to Frederick John CULLIS on N.; road on S.; plan included.
Memorandum that 11 June 1777 3 acres of property above carried to Peter JOHNS, ship chandler, of Gloucester. Memor. also 8 January 1881 described
Consideration: £1125
Witnesses: Robert EDINGTON, clerk to Joseph GIBBS, solicitor, Newport; W. Edward SMITH, solicitor, Cheltenham

[no title]  D3117/2766  3 July 1877

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Ebeneezer John VICK of Whitminster, yeoman
(2) Frederick John CULLIS of Gloucester city, surveyor
Two acres of land in South hamlet identifiable with that described D3117/2765; land conveyed to (2) on S. & E.; land conveyed to Wm. HEMMING on W.; new road on N. Plan included
Consideration: £220
Witness: Thomas TAYNTON, solicitor, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/2767  1877

Contents:
Abstract of Title, 1876-
(1) of Frederick John CULLIS
Land and hereditaments in South Hamlet, described D3117/2766

[no title]  D3117/2768  25 March 1878

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Frederick John CULLIS of Gloucester city, surveyor
(2) Frederick CULLIS junior of Gloucester city, commercial traveller
A small piece of land in South Hamlet, part of 2 acres described D3117/2766, plan included, property subject to agreement with Ecclesiastical Commissioners to put gates at either end of the "New Road" until it becomes a public highway. Schedule 1896-
Consideration: £266-16-0
Witness: W. Edward SMITH, solicitor, 6 Regent Street, Cheltenham

[no title]  D3117/2769  1881

Contents:
Abstract of Title 1874-
(1) of James BRETHERTON
(2) George Thomas BEARD, prospective purchaser
Piece of building land in Bristol Road, Gloucester city

[no title]  D3117/2770  4 August 1882

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Frederick John CULLIS of Handsworth, Stafford, gent.
(2) George Thomas BEARD of Gloucester city, contractor
Five acres of land formerly part of Lower Sheephouse Estate, and a piece of newly built road connecting with the New Road, running through property, plan included. Memorandum that 14 August 1882 part of 5 acres conveyed to Abraham BOOTH
Consideration: £1000
Witnesses: Charles S. SHEPPARD, solicitor, Gloucester; Frederick H. BRETHERTON, solicitor, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/2771  1893

Contents:
Abstract of Title 1874-
(1) of James BRETHERTON
(2) George Thomas BEARD, prospective purchaser
Piece of building land in Tudor Street, Bristol Road, plan included showing proximity of canal and Hempstead Bridge

[no title]  D3117/2772  3 June 1899

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Frederick Hawkins BRETHERTON of Gloucester city, solicitor; Edgar Hubert BRETHERTON of Abergavenny, bank manager; Walter WILKINS of Gloucester city, stock broker
(2) George Thomas BEARD of Gloucester city, contractor
Two pieces of building land in Tudor Street and Tuffley Avenue. Property numbered 1 fronting Tuffley Avenue (formerly "New Road"), property numbered 2 fronting Tudor Street. Detailed plan included
Consideration: £577-10-0
Witnesses: James BADHAM, bank cashier, Abergavenny; Frank H. BRETHERTON, clerk to BRETHERTON & BOUGHTON, solicitors, Gloucester: Hubert J. BOUGHTON, solicitor, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/2773  1899

Contents:
Abstract of Title 1874-
(1) of The Executors of the will of James BRETHERTON, deceased Building land near Bristol Road described D3117/2764

[no title]  D3117/2774a  7 June 1899

Contents:
Statutory Mortgage and Reconveyance
(1) George Thomas BEARD of Gloucester city, contractor
(2) Cecil Tudor DAVIS of The Public Library, Wandsworth, gent.
Property in Tuffley Avenue and Tudor Street described D3117/2772
Principal: £367
Witness: Hubert J. BOUGHTON, solicitor, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/2774b  31 December 1902

Contents:
Reconveyance
(1) Cecil Tudor DAVIS
(2) George Thomas BEARD
Securities: as above
Consideration: as principal above
Witness: G. Stanley MURRAY of Wandsworth, London

[no title]  D3117/2775  31 July 1907

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Mary Ann HANCOCK widow of Ingleby House, Tuffley Avenue
(2) Clara BEARD spinster of Clarence House, Bristol Road
Piece of building land in Tuffley Avenue described D3117/2772
Consideration: £108-12-9
Witness: Jonothan B. DAY, clerk to JONES & BLAKEWAY, solicitors, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/2776  29 November 1926

Contents:
Application for Estate Duty Certificate and Certificate
(1) TREASURE of St. John's Chambers, solicitor for executors of George Thomas BEARD of Southgate Street, deceased (applicant)
(2) Inland Revenue Estate Duty Office
Land fronting Tuffley Avenue and Gladstone Road, containing about 2915 sq. yards
Witness: Hubert TAYLOR, assistant controller

UNION STREET  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D3117/4542  1835-1847

11

Contents:
Land and messuages

[no title]  D3117/4550  1839

1

Contents:
2 houses

[no title]  D3117/4077  21 January 1865

Contents:
Probate of Will
(1) William DAVIS of the Magnet Inn, Union Street, Gloucester, innkeeper (testator)
(2) Ann DAVIS (wife and joint executor)
(3) Thomas COX of Worcester Street, plumber and grazier; Daniel TANDY of Mitre Street, innkeeper (joint executors and trustees appointed)
Will made 10 February 1857
Probate sworn under £100
Messuage called the Magnet Inn, Union Street; 4 cottages adjoining in Suffolk Street
Witnesses: Thomas HEYLER, solicitor, Gloucester; Henry MERRETT, innkeeper, Gloucester

UPTON STREET  [no ref. or date]

[no title or date]  D3117/2995

Contents:
Abstract of Title 1866-1903
(1) Mrs. Rosina PAGE
Freehold tenement, no. 16 Upton Street
HANNAM-CLARK & Son, solicitors, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/2996  12 November 1917

Contents:
Contract of Sale
(1) Mrs. Rosina PAGE, 45 Fairfield Avenue, Victoria Park, Cardiff, widow
(2) William HOBBS, 32 Vicarage Road, purchaser
Formerly no. 8 Church Street, now no. 16 Upton Street
Purchase price: £110
Witness: Frederick LOVERIDGE, agent, auctioneer, valuer, estate agent, 26 Clarence Street

[no title]  D3117/2997  26-29 December 1917, and January 1918

Contents:
Correspondence (6 letters) and will (copy) 11 January 1873
(1) Philip Barrett COOKE, solicitor, Gloucester
(2) William HOBBS
(3) George GABB of Church Street, railway servant, testator
(4) Mary Ann GABB, wife of testator and executor appointed
Correspondence relating to completion of purchase and conveyance, and also to conveyance from the Corporation and reference to disagreement over details of phrasing
Witnesses: Benjamin JORDAN, William P. HOBBS, clerks to ELLIS & SHEPPARD, solicitors, Gloucester

VICTORIA STREET  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D3117/1233  23 & 24 June 1837

Contents:
Lease and Release
(1) Richard HELPS of Gloucester city, gent.
(2) James MEEK of Barton Street, carpenter
(3) James Robert WEMYSS of Gloucester city, gent.
Six lots of ground, plan included, on S.E. of the new street to be called Victoria Street. Land of James BUCHANAN on N.W.; Victoria Street on S.W.; land of William REES on N.E.; land of Benjamin BISHOP on S.W.; which land is part of Home Close, Barton St. Mary (Schedule of deed 1785- included)
Consideration: £135
Witnesses: William WOOD, William NEST, clerks to WHITCOMBE & HELPS, solicitors, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/1234  23 & 24 January 1838

Contents:
Mortgage by demise and Assignment
(1) James MEEK of Gloucester city, carpenter
(2) James Robert WEMYSS of Gloucester city, gent.
(3) Rev. John Marshall COLLARD of Tetbury
(4) John Aubrey WHITCOMBE of Gloucester city, gent.
(5) Thomas BAILEY of Gloucester city, gent.
(a) Land described D3117/1223 with four messuages
(b) Pairs of messuages on property for
Term of remainder of 500 years
Principal: £600
Witnesses: William HILL, Robert YEATES, clerks to WHITCOMBE & HELPS, solicitors, Gloucester; Alfred EVANS, clerk to WHITCOMBE, HELPS and WEMYSS, solicitors, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/1235  8 April 1854

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Rev. John Marshall COLLARD of Gloucester city
(2) Richard CHERRINGTON of Gloucester city, hairdresser, purchaser
(3) James BRETHERTON of Gloucester city, gent.
Property with messuages in Victoria Street described D3117/1233
Consideration: £615
Witness: Thomas H. PIKE, clerk to WHITCOMBE, HELPS & WEMYSS
Two memoranda enclosed; 1 September 1919, nos. 13 and 15 Victoria Street conveyed to Will. Herbert SMITH; and 4 December 1930, no. 11 Victoria Street conveyed to Charles Jesse JEFFERIES and his wife Mary

[no title]  D3117/1236  6 November 1863

Contents:
Conveyance, and Covenant to produce deeds
(1) George Newton Cox BUCHANAN of Gloucester city, gent.
(2) Richard CHERRINGTON of Victoria Street, gent.
Property part of Vauxhall Estate, in Victoria Street, described D3117/1233 (8494 sq. yards). Piece of Blenheim Road on E.; property of WILKES and (2) on W.; Barton Street on W.; the rest of Vauxhall Estate on S. (plan included). Schedule listing one deed 1 and 2 October 1811. Memoranda referring to deeds of 20 January 1864, 23 November 1863
Consideration: £560
Witnesses: James BUCHANAN, solicitor, Gloucester; J. C. RICHARDS, solicitor, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/1237  5 December 1888

Contents:
Reconveyance
(1) Harold Bolles BOWLES of Gloucester city, solicitor; Francis HOLMES of Stroud, commercial traveller
(2) Richard CHERRINGTON of Gloucester city, gent.
Property including four messuages in Victoria Street, described D3117/1236
Witnesses: E. H. PALMER, manager of Lloyds Bank, Stroud; Edwin WATTS, clerk to M. W. E. LAWRENCE, solicitor, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/1238  6 December 1888

Contents:
Mortgage and Further Charge
(1) Richard CHERRINGTON, 2 Blenheim Road, gent.
(2) Emma WELLINGTON, Elizabeth WELLINGTON, Margaret WELLINGTON, spinsters, of Clarefield, London Road
Property in Victoria Street described D3117/1236. Nos. 9, 11, 13, 15, occupied by Will. MORGAN, Ann WHEELER, Mrs. PERKINS, W. J. GARDNER respectively (insurance clause for £400)
Principal: £400 and further charge of £100, 12 January 1898
Witnesses: Joseph Edward DUTTON, clerk to LANGLY-SMITH; J. E. HULLETT, clerk to LANGLY-SMITH

[no title]  D3117/1612a  3 & 4 November 1837

Contents:
Lease and Release, and Assignment
(1) Richard HELPS of Gloucester city, gent.
(2) James MATTHEWS of St. Catherine Street, carpenter
(3) William WOOD of Gloucester city, gent.
(4) John Aubrey WHITCOMBE of Gloucester city, gent.
Two plots of building land on N.W. of intended Victoria Street; Street on S.E.; premises of John MANN on N.E.; premises of Miss GOODYAR on N.W.; land of John Stephen LANE on S.W.; plan included
Consideration £35

[no title]  D3117/1612b  4 November 1837

Contents:
Assignment
(1) J. A. WHITCOMBE
(2) John Stephen LANE
Property described above
Term: Remainder of term of 500 years, schedule 1785-
Consideration: 10/-
Witness: William NEST, clerk to WHITCOMBE & HELPS, solicitors, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/1613  1 & 2 February 1838

Contents:
Mortgage by Lease and Release
(1) James MATTHEWS of St. Catherine Street, carpenter
(2) William WOOD of Gloucester city, gent.
(3) Richard HELPS of Gloucester city, gent.
(4) John Stephen LANE of Hucclecote, yeoman
(5) Thomas BAILEY of Gloucester city, gent.
Two plots of land in Victoria Street, described D3117/1612. Insurance clause, and receipt from Phoenix Fire Assurance Office, London for premium attached
Principal: £250
Witness: William HILL, clerk to WHITCOMBE & HELPS, solicitors, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/1614  23 May 1839

Contents:
Lease
(1) James MATTHEWS of St. Catherine Street, carpenter; Richard HELPS of Gloucester city, gent.; William WOOD of Gloucester city, gent.
(2) Thomas MANN of Gloucester city, spirit merchant
Property in Victoria Street, described D3117/1612
Term: a year
Consideration: 5/-
Witness: William NEST, clerk to WHITCOMBE & HELPS

[no title]  D3117/1615a  24 May 1839

Contents:
Release and Assignment (refer 1614 for lease)
(1) Richard HELPS of Gloucester city, gent.
(2) James MATTHEWS of St. Catherine Street, carpenter
(3) William WOOD of Gloucester city, gent.
(4) Thomas MANN of Gloucester city, spirit merchant
(5) John HANMAN of Gloucester city, grocer
(6) Thomas BAILEY of Gloucester city, gent.
(7) John Aubrey WHITCOMBE of Gloucester city, gent.
Property in Victoria Street described D3117/1612
Consideration: £360

[no title]  D3117/1615b  23 May 1839

Contents:
Assignment, refer 1612
(1) Thomas BAILEY
(2) J. A. WHITCOMBE
Property: as above
Term: residue of 500 years in trust for (4)
Witness: Wm. NEST, clerk to WHITCOMBE & HELPS, solicitors, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/1616  10 April 1855

Contents:
Deed of Partition involving Appointment and Assignment (copy)
(1) Josiah CASTREE of Gloucester city, gent.; John HANMAN of Gloucester city, gent.; William STAFFORD of Gloucester city, druggist
(2) Eliza MANN, spinster, of Bristol Road
(3) Thomas MANN of Bristol Road, gent.
(4) Joseph LOVEGROVE of Gloucester city, gent.
Messuage in Westgate Street, specified. Two pieces of land on N.W. of Victoria Street (nos. 1 and 2). Messuages numbered 4, 5, 6, 7, on N.W. of Victoria Street, specified. Tenement in Cross Keys Lane. Two plots on W. of Victoria Street, specified [all being lot 1 of partition]. Messuage in Butcher Row [lot 2]
Term: of tenure of lot 2 by (2), remainder of 40 years
Rent: of lot 2 1418 and £1-19-1 a year
Witnesses: Josiah CASTREE junior, College Green; Henry Theodore LOVEGROVE, clerk to Joseph LOVEGROVE, solicitor, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/1617  3 June 1863

Contents:
Mortgage
(1) Eliza MANN, spinster, of Bristol Road
(2) Ann COLCHESTER, spinster, of Ashleworth
Nos. 1 and 2 Victoria Street occupied by STOCKWELL and ELLIS. Memorandum that 30 October 1874 No. 1 Victoria Street conveyed to Chas. JONES of Gloucester city, carrier, and production of deeds covenanted by Thos. HEWLETT of Adelaide Street, purchaser of No. 2
Principal: £200
Witness: W. BOLTON, clerk to Edward DOYLE, solicitor, Greys Inn

[no title]  D3117/1618  30 October 1874

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Ann COLCHESTER, spinster, of Ashleworth
(2) The London and County Banking Company
(3) Joseph LOVEGROVE of Gloucester city, gent.
(4) John HARVEY of Dover, civil engineer
(5) Thomas HEWLETT of Adelaide Street, carpenter
No. 2 Victoria Street. Extract from Minutes of Board of Directors of Banking Co. that signatures of witnesses below, sufficient discharge. Schedule in two parts 1855-
Consideration: £122
Witnesses: William McKEWAN, Whitbread TOMSON, Joint General Managers, John BRYAN, Seal of Company attached

[no title]  D3117/1619  30 October 1874

Contents:
Mortgage
(1) Thomas HEWLETT of Adelaide Street, carpenter
(2) John Charles RICHARDS of Gloucester city, gent.
No. 2 Victoria Street
Principal: £100
Witness: J. W. GODSELL, clerk to JONES & RICHARDS, solicitors, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/1620  5 November 1886

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) John Charles RICHARDS of Gloucester city, gent.
(2) Amelia MAYSEY, and Martha Welsman MAYSEY, spinsters
Formerly No. 2 now No. 4 Victoria Street
Consideration: £151
Witness: H. W. GRIMES, solicitor, Gloucester, ( ) clerk to WASHBOURN

[no title]  D3117/1621  13 April 1891

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Martha Welsman MAYSEY, spinster, of Gloucester city
(2) Amelia MAYSEY, spinster, of Gloucester city
Half share in No. 4 Victoria Street
Consideration: £75-10-0
Witness: C. Granville CLUTTERBUCK, articled clerk to T. H. WASHBOURN, solicitor, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/3444  7 July 1890

Contents:
Probate of will
(1) Benjamin BISHOP, 11 Vauxhall Road, Gloucester, gent.
(2) William UNDERWOOD, 73 Lower Barton Street, gent.; Joseph WILLIAMS, 2 Marchester Place, Cheltenham, gent., trustees and executors appointed
(3) Sarah Ann GWILLIAM, spinster, housekeeper of testator
(4) Ann PHILLIPS, widow, of the Manor House, Mickleton (a beneficiary)
Nos. 25 and 27 Victoria Street and personal estate
Will made 28 January 1887
Witnesses: D. KNIGHT, 6 Park Road, Gloucester; Charles HOARE, 44 Worcester Street, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/3725  10 March 1846

Contents:
Conveyance and assignment for remainder of term to attend the Inheritance
(1) Thomas HILL of Barton Street, gent.
(2) Thomas DEWEY of Gloucester city, tailor
(3) George HAYES of Hempstead, bricklayer
(4) Charles Gilbert LADKIN of Gloucester city, perfumer
(5) Henry HAYES of Gloucester city, bricklayer
Parcel of land on N.W. side of Victoria Street, street on front, footpath from Victoria Street to Barton Lane on S.; premises of Miss GOODYAR on N.W.; land of William HILL on N.E.
Term: residue of 500 years
Consideration: £25 and 5/-
Witnesses: George DEWEY of Gloucester city; Sarah BOYCOTT of Gloucester city

[no title]  D3117/3726  28 September 1893

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Joseph HAYES, 1 Salisbury Road, Gloucester city, bricklayer; Annie HAYES, 46 Waterford Road, Fulham, Middlesex, widow; Albert HAYES, 1 Knowles Road, Gloucester, bricklayer; Elizabeth TOOMEY, wife of George TOOMEY, 40 Worcester Street, Kidderminster, fireman (devisees under will of George HAYES, deceased, and personal representatives of William HAYES, deceased)
(2) William HINE of Falkner Street, Gloucester, grocer
Parcel of land in Victoria Street described D3117/3725
Consideration: £290
Witnesses: A. J. FRANKLIN, solicitor, Gloucester; Robert Hinsley KIDDERMINSTER

[no title]  D3117/3727  29 September 1893

Contents:
Mortgage
(1) William HINE of Falkner Street, grocer
(2) Morris THOMAS (als. Maurice William THOMAS), 1 Albert Street, grocer and provision dealer
Parcel of ground on N.W. side of Victoria Street described D3117/3725 with 4 messuages being no. 94 Victoria Street and nos. 27, 29 and 31 Park Alley
Principal: £200
Witness: A. J. FRANKLIN, solicitor, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/3728  1893

Contents:
Abstract of Title of the trustee and devisee under will of George HAYES - refer D3117/3726, to 4 freehold messuages known as 94 Victoria Street; and nos. 27, 29 and 31 Park Alley, contracted to be sold to William HINE

[no title]  D3117/3729  19 September 1893-94

Contents:
Fire Policy
(1) William HINE of Falkner Street, grocer (mortgagor); Morris THOMAS of 1 Albert Street, grocer (mortgagee)
(2) Manchester Fire Assurance Co.
No. 94 Victoria Street occupied by FLETCHER, fishmonger, nos. 27, 29 and 31 Park Alley

[no title]  D3117/3730  post April 1904

Contents:
Schedule of deeds relating to four messuages in Victoria Street and Park Alley refer D3117/3725 onwards (typed) 1846-1904

WELLINGTON STREET  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D3117/4248  24 October 1885

Contents:
Will and papers re. probate. Norwich Union Fire Insurance certificates re. Wellington Street included
(1) Keziah HOBBS of 23 Wellington Street, widow (testatrix)
(2) Benjamin JORDAN and William GREEN of Gloucester city, gentlemen, executors and trustees appointed
(3) Maria PEMBERTON (sister)
No. 23 Wellington Street, payment for gas by (3) dated 1895
Testatrix died 1894
Notice to leave property G. W. MAYO to B. JORDAN esq. dated 15 November 1895
Witnesses: Arthur LEWIS, 3 Brunswick Square, accountant; A. W. K. GODWIN, 3 Birchwood Terrace, Gloucester

WELLINGTON TERRACE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D3117/2777  21 July 1836

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Samuel NICHOLLS of Wotton, gent.
(2) William MEADOWS of Gloucester city, fruiterer
(3) William MATTHEWS of Gloucester city, gent.
Piece of land in Windmill Field. Memorandum that 4 April 1864 a house built on property 9 Wellington Terrace conveyed to Abraham BECKINGHAM
Consideration: 5/- and £430
Witnesses: Henry REA; William MATTHEWS junior, clerks to MATTHEWS, solicitors, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/2778  5 April 1849

Contents:
Probate
(1) William MEADOWS of Wellington Terrace, testator
(2) Sarah MEADOWS, wife, beneficiary and sole executrix
Buildings comprising Wellington Terrace, will sworn under £100. Will made 3 August, 1848
Witnesses: W. MATTHEWS junior, solicitor; Charles YOUNG, his clerk; Thomas HOLT, Notary Public and Registrar

[no title]  D3117/2779  31 July 1861

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) The Midland Railway Company
(2) The Great Western Railway Company; Sarah MEADOWS, widow of Barton St. Mary
Three pieces of land adjoining, formerly belonging to tramroad company, in Millbrook Street, and fronting property of S. MEADOWS; plan included showing proximity of railway lines
Consideration: £46-10 and £13-10
Witnesses: Seals of companies applied; William MORLEY, for Midland Railway; A. KEMPSON, G.W.R. Paddington; J. STEVENS for Midland Railway

[no title]  D3117/2780  22 January 1870

Contents:
Mortgage
(1) Sarah MEADOWS, widow of Wellington Terrace, Barton St. Mary
(2) John Charles RICHARDS of Gloucester city, gent.
Land adjoining and partly behind Wellington Terrace, described D3117/2779
Principal: £140
Witnesses: E. FRANKLIN, clerk to JONES & RICHARDS, solicitors, Gloucester; Arthur MEADOWS, fishmonger, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/2781  4 May 1874

Contents:
Probate
(1) Sarah MEADOWS, widow of Wellington Terrace
(2) Arthur MEADOWS, son, beneficiary and sole executor
(3) Mary MEADOWS, grand-daughter of testator (only daughter of late son Reuben MEADOWS)
(4) Henry MEADOWS, Reuben MEADOWS, Caroline MEADOWS, grandchildren of (1), and children of late Henry MEADOWS
Nos. 1-8 Wellington Terrace
Will made 21 December 1871
Registry receipt for costs in making probate
Witnesses: J. C. RICHARDS, solicitor, Gloucester; John MANN of Barton Street,

[no title]  D3117/2782  31 March 1875

Contents:
Mortgage
(1) Arthur MEADOWS, 1 Wellington Terrace, fishmonger
(2) John Charles RICHARDS of Gloucester city, gent.
Three pieces of land adjoining Wellington Terrace, lately part of Gloucester and Cheltenham Tramroad property, described D3117/2779
Principal: £30
Witness: J. W. GODSELL, clerk to JONES & RICHARD, solicitors, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/2783  31 July 1876

Contents:
Reconveyance
(1) John Charles RICHARDS of Gloucester city, gent.
(2) Arthur MEADOWS, 1 Wellington Terrace, fishmonger
Piece of land near Wellington Terrace, Millbrook Street, and a portion of original tramroad on the front or south side, with stable, wash house and pigsties at W. of land, refer D3117/2779
Consideration: £467-10-0
Witness: J. W. GODSELL, clerk to JONES & RICHARDS, solicitors, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/2784  8 May 1876

Contents:
Deed of Further Charge and Mortgage
(1) Arthur MEADOWS of Wellington Terrace, fishmonger
(2) John Charles RICHARDS of Gloucester city, gent.
Property described D3117/2783 including site of old tramroad, pigsties etc. adjacent Welling Terrace, Millbrook Street
Principal: £17-10-0
Witness: J. W. GODSELL, clerk to JONES & RICHARDS, solicitors, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/2785  16 February-15 May 1877

Contents:
Acknowledgment of debts, builder's receipt, authorization to sell, and Mortgage
(1) Arthur MEADOWS of Wellington Terrace, fishmonger
(2) John Charles RICHARDS of Gloucester city, gent.; (James BULLOCK, presumably builder)
Nos. 1, 2 and 4 Wellington Terrace, and a house recently converted from a coach house and stable behind no. 1 above
Principal: £150
Witness: J. W. GODSELL, clerk to JONES & RICHARDS, solicitors, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/2786  1877-9

Contents:
Acknowledgments of debts upon further security of property. February 20 1878-February 13 1879 six slips, totalling £80. And Deed of Further Charge, 12 October 1877
(1) Arthur MEADOWS of Wellington Terrace, fishmonger
(2) John Charles RICHARDS of Gloucester city, gent.
Securities: as in D3117/2785
Principal: £30
Witness: J. W. GODSELL, clerk to JONES & RICHARDS, solicitors, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/2787  14 March 1879

Contents:
Acknowledgment and Declaration, and acknowledgment of loans upon further security March-October 24 1879
(1) Arthur MEADOWS
(2) John Charles RICHARDS
Acknowledgment that principal sum owing is £200 and declaration that mortgage provision (D3117/2785) may be invoked to obtain payment, except that no. 4 Wellington Terrace has already been sold to WALLINGTON
Witness: A. R. LUKER, clerk to JONES & RICHARDS, solicitors, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/2788  10 December 1879

Contents:
Deed of Further Charge, and Acknowledgment of sums owing 6 April-24 August 1881
(1) Arthur MEADOWS of Wellington Terrace, fishmonger
(2) John Charles RICHARDS of Gloucester city, gent.
Property at Wellington Terrace, Millbrook Street
Principal: £125
Witness: H. W. GRIMES, clerk to JONES & RICHARDS, solicitors, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/2789a  12 April 1882

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Arthur MEADOWS, formerly of Wellington Terrace, Millbrook Street, now of Lower Barton Street, fishmonger
(2) John Charles RICHARDS of Gloucester city, gent.
Two freehold houses formerly nos. 5 and 6 Wellington Terrace, now nos. 43-45 Millbrook Street, and part of abandoned tramroad adjoining, and right to use roads adjoining
Consideration: £85 total
Witness: H. W. GRIMES, clerk to J. C. RICHARDS, solicitor, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/2789b  26 April 1881

Contents:
Mortgage
(1) Arthur MEADOWS of Wellington Terrace, fishmonger
(2) John Charles RICHARDS of Gloucester city, gent.
Nos. 5 and 6 Wellington Terrace
Principal: £38
Witness: H. W. GRIMES, clerk to J. C. RICHARDS, solicitor, Gloucester

WESTGATE STREET  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D3117/1333b  26 March 1839

Contents:
Release (see D3117/1333/a)
(1) William GOODRICH esq. of Matson House, Matson
(2) John DAVIS of Glouc. city, gent
(3) Thomas BAYLIS, ditto, grocer
(4) Benjamin BONNOR, ditto, gent
Schedule included 1799-1837
Property described D3117/1333/a
Consideration: £1995
Witnesses as in D3117/1333/a

[no title]  D3117/1334  22 May 1839

Contents:
Lease
(1) Thomas BAYLIS of Glouc. city, grocer
(2) William Wallington POPE of Pendock Court, Pendock, Worc., farmer
All property described D3117/1333/a in Westgate and Archdeacon Streets
Term: a year
Consideration: 5/-
Witnesses: James BRALE of Upton-upon-Severn; J. HAMMOND, his clerk

[no title]  D3117/1335  23 May 1839

Contents:
Mortgage by appointment
(1) Thomas BAYLIS of Glouc. city, grocer
(2) William Wallington POPE of Pendock Court, Pendock, Worcs. farmer
Property described D3117/1333/a in Westgate and Archdeacon Streets
Principal: £1500
Witnesses: as in D3117/1334

[no title]  D3117/1336  12 June 1847

Contents:
Grant subject to Mortgage
(1) Thomas BAYLIS of Glouc. city, accountant
(2) William Wallington POPE of Pendock, Worcs. farmer
(3) William Brown WELLS of Glouc. city, hardware dealer
Property described D3117/1333/a in Westgate St. and Archdeacon St.
Principal: £1400
Witnesses: Joseph LOVEGROVE sol. Glouc., Jonothan LOVEGROVE, ditto

[no title]  D3117/1337  31 July 1849

Contents:
Transfer of Mortgage
(1) William Wallington POPE of Pendock, Worcs. farmer
(2) William Brown WELLS of Glouc. city, hardware dealer
(3) George MUNDY of Trowbridge, Wilts. gent
One thousand pound mortgage and interest in property in Westgate and Archdeacon Streets, described D3117/1333/a
Principal: £1000
Witnesses: C.M.K. CHAMBERLAIN, sol. Tewkesbury, H. Matthews JONES, sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/1338  7 April 1859

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) George MUNDY of Trowbridge, banker
(2) William MUNDY of Bath, ironmonger
(3) George KENT of Glouc. city, baker
No. 105 Westgate Street, with appurtenances, in occupation of Henry Bryan, tenant, at £28 a year
Consideration: £550
Witness: George COX, junior, accountant, Bath

[no title]  D3117/1339  9 July 1859

Contents:
Mortgage
(1) George KENT of Glouc. city, baker
(2) William STEPHENS of Highnam, gent
No. 105 Westgate Street with yards and warehouses adjoining
Principal: £300
Witness: W. K. BEEKS, clerk to G.P. WILKES, sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/1340  1 March 1861

Contents:
Surcharge
(1) George KENT of Glouc. city, gent
(2) William STEPHENS of Highnam, gent
No. 105 Westgate Street
Principal: £100
Witness: W.G. BEEKS, attorney's clerk, Whitfield St.

[no title]  D3117/1341  31 December 1870

Contents:
Conveyance of Equity of Redemption
(1) Charles Frederick COOKSEY, formerly of Glouc. city, now of Tuffley, gent, a provision merchant
(2) William STEPHENS of Highnam, gent
No. 105 Westgate Street, new shop with appurtenances
Consideration: £945-7-6
Witness: James BRETHERTON, sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/1343  10 January 1887

Contents:
Memorandum of Agreement
(1) William STEPHENS of Highnam Green, gent
(2) Alfred William KITSELL, 31 Park Road, gent
Title deeds 1839-1887 to 105 Westgate Street deposited as security
Principal: £650
Witnesses: William SMITH, sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/1344  13 April 1892

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Alfred William KITSELL of Ballingham nr. Ross, Hereford, gent
(2) Charles SCOTT of Glouc. city, official receiver for Bankruptcy District of the County Court
(3) James WHEELER, ditto, marine store dealer
No. 105 Westgate Street
Consideration: £475
Witnesses: W. LANGLEY-SMITH, sol. Glouc.; J. C. FORD, 5 Kingsholm Sq. cashier

[no title]  D3117/1345  1892

Contents:
Abstract of Title, 1878
(1) Alfred William KITSELL and Charles SCOTT esq. official receiver in bankruptcy
No. 105 Westgate Street
Witness: W. LANGLEY-SMITH, solrs.

[no title]  D3117/1346  13 April 1892

Contents:
Mortgage
(1) James WHEELER of Westgate St. marine store dealer. Member of the City of Gloucester Working Mens' Conservative Association Benefit Society
(2) Benjamin St. John ACKERS, Esq., of Huntley Manor, Glouc; James BRUTON Esq. of Glouc. city.; Richard Vassar Vassar SMITH esq. of Charlton Park, Glouc.; William Frederick Hicks BEACH esq. of Witcombe Court, Glouc.
No. 105 Westgate Street disused as a public house, the Crown & Sceptre, for 20 years
Principal: £450
Witnesses: Hubert I. BOUGHTON, sol. Glouc.; Walter MADGE, secretary of the Society

[no title]  D3117/1347  1905

Contents:
Abstract of Title, 1892 -
(1) the executor of James WHEELER, deceased
No. 105 Westgate Street

[no title]  D3117/1348  23 December 1905

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Albert SEYMOUR, Westgate Street, shop keeper and picture frame maker, personal representative of James WHEELER deceased
(2) Samuel James LONG, 23 Saint Mary's Square, forgeman
No. 105 Westgate Street
Consideration: £780
Witness: Robert NOAKES, clerk to Frank TREASURE, sol. Glos.

[no title]  D3117/1349  23 December 1905

Contents:
Mortgage
(1) Samuel James LONG, 23 St. Mary's Sq., forgeman, and member of Glouc. Liberal Benefit Society (beneificial owner)
(2) Tom BLINKHORN, draper; Frederick Hawkins BRETHERTON, solicitor; Edwin Sidney HARTLAND, solicitor, all of Glouc. city, trustees of Society
No. 105 Westgate Street
Principal: £300
Witnesses: J.E. HULLETT, clerk to LANGLEY-SMITH & Son, John ORGAN, secretary to Liberal Benefit Society

[no title or date]  D3117/1350

Contents:
Schedule of Deeds 1839-1905
(1) Samuel James LONG
(2) Gloucester Liberal Benefit Society
No. 105 Westgate Street
Witness: LANGLEY-SMITH, solicitors

[no title]  D3117/1351  19 October 1906

Contents:
Deed of Gift
(1) Samuel James LONG, 105 Westgate St, forgeman
(2) Clara Jane LONG wife of (1)
No. 105 Westgate Street and £200 mortgage
Consideration: Natural love and affection
Witness: J. E. HULLETT, clerk to LANGLEY-SMITH & SON, solrs. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/1402  25 September 1855

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Charles Frederick INNELL of Glouc. city, gent, and Elizabeth Ann INNELL, wife
Charles CLARK of Gloucester, grocer and tea dealer, and Ann STEPHENS, wife
(2) C.F. INNELL and C. CLARK, trustees and executors of will of Samuel GEORGE deceased
(3) Caroline GEORGE, spinster, of Glouc. city
(4) Samuel Thomas GEORGE, 4 Saint Peters Terrace, Islington, Middx., gent, youngest son of Eliz. GEORGE, sister of Ann BRADLEY, testator
(5) Thomas BENNETT of Mitcheldean, maltster
(a) "New City Arms" Public house and premises nr. Foreign Bridge, Westgate Street
(b) Messuage in Westgate Street occupied by Samuel HODGES
(c) Messuage and warehouse also in Westgate Street
(b) and (c) behind on N. of W. St.
Consideration: £280
Witnesses: Philip Vallance SUTER, 1 Charles St. Islington; John BURRUP, James BRETHERTON, commissioner for oaths

[no title]  D3117/1403  17 September 1863

Contents:
Abstract of Title 1851
(1) Trustees and Executors under will of Thomas BENNETT esq., deceased
(2) Joseph GORIN, prospective purchaser
Three messuages and tenements partly freehold, partly copyhold, in Lower Westgate Street, see D3117/1402, plan included

[no title]  D3117/1404  22 August 1863

Contents:
Requisitions on Title
(1) Trustees of Thomas BENNETT
(2) Joseph GORIN, prospective purchaser
JONES & RICHARD, purchaser solrs.
COLLINS, vendor's solrs.

[no title or date]  D3117/1405

Contents:
Case for the Opinion of Counsel
(1) Joseph GORIN
(2) Trustees under will of Thomas BENNETT
Objection by purchaser's executors to clause in Ann BRADLEY's will which gave remainder interest to "issue" of Eliz. GEORGE, in Common. Objection answered. Will quoted, and final opinion in different hand to effect that the title of (2)'s devisee is defective

[no title]  D3117/1406  30 December 1863

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Francis Harry ADAMS of Ross, banker
Cornelius BRAIN, Quakers House nr. Drybrook, Forest of Dean, coal proprietor
(2) Joseph James GORIN of Glouc. city, salt merchant
Property in Lower Westgate Street described D3117/1402
Consideration: £250
Witnesses: William Rudge ROOTES, Castle End House, The Lea, Herefordshire

[no title]  D3117/1407  9 March 1880

Contents:
Conveyance (copy) of Reversionary Interest
(1) Mayor, Alderman & Citizen of Gloucester
(2) John Henry CRICHTON Esq. commonly called Viscount CRICHTON, Sir James Dalrymple Horn ELPHINSTONE, baronet, two of Lords Commissioners of H.M. Treasury
(3) Joseph James GORIN, bachelor, of Glouc. city, salt merchant (Frederick Charles JEWESBURY, agent for Corporation, being Treasurer of Glouc. city)
No. 86 Westgate Street and 13 small messuages on N. of same st. Westgate St. property of GODSELL & Eliz. BAILEY on S; property of (3) and GODSELL. Dockham Road now Priory Rd; property of Will Wadeson WATKINS on N; Swan Lane in E; plan included. Other property in Westgate St., specified
Consideration: £510
Witness: Charles Allan JONES, clerk to JONES, solrs. Gloucs.; W. HANNAM, Office Keeper, Treasury, K.H. FRYER, J.R. GABBITAS, Treasury, A.E. SHORTLAND, A.E. BAYLISS, clerks to BRETHERTON & SONS.

[no title]  D3117/1408  1 September 1888

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Joseph James GORIN of Glouc. city, salt merchant
(2) Samuel HAIL, 89 Lower Westgate Street, fisherman and shopkeeper
(3) Lydia HAIL, wife of (2)
Four cottages in Stephen's Court nr. Lower Westgate Street, facing rear of 87 Westgate Street
Consideration: £300
Witness: Fred. H. BRETHERTON, sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/1409  1 September 1888

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Joseph James GORIN of Glouc. city, salt merchant
(2) Samuel HAIL, 87 Westgate Street, fisherman & shopkeeper
No. 87 Lower Westgate Street; Lower Westgate Street on S; Stephens Court on E & N.; property of (1) on W, with right of using passage out of street
Consideration: £310
Witness: Fred. H. BRETHERTON, Sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/1410  28 February 1901

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Lydia HAIL wife of Samuel HAIL, of Priory Rd, fisherman
(2) William WOODCOCK of Quay Street, farrier
Four cottages in Stephen's Court
Consideration: £115
Witness: Robert NOAKES, conveying clerk to Frank TREASURE, sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/1411  7 May 1901

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Samuel HAIL of Priory Road, fisherman
(2) William WOODLOCK of Quay St. farrier
No. 87 Lower Westgate Street now occupied by REDDING
Consideration: £230
Witness: Robert NOAKES, clerk to TREASURE, sol.

[no title]  D3117/1412  1911

Contents:
Abstract of Title 1901
(1) William WOODCOCK, farrier
No. 87 Westgate Street
WELLINGTON & CLIFFORD, solrs. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/1413  10 February 1911

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) William WOODCOCK of Quay St. farrier
(2) Walter Park SCOON or Eskdale House, Glouc. city, tailor and draper
No. 87 Lower Westgate Street with use of passage and backyard described in plan included. Clause according to Finance Act 1909-10 that this transaction not part of a larger one in which consideration exceeds £500
Consideration: £400
Witness: Ernest H. CLIFFORD, sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/1414  25 February 1911

Contents:
Mortgage
(1) Walter Park SCOON of Eskdale House, Glouc.; tailor and draper
(2) William HIAM of Hartpury, builder
James CULLIMORE of Staunton, saddler
Alfred NICHOLLS of Woodbridge, Hartpury, labourer (Trustees of the Court of Providence Pride and Hartpury Ancient order of Foresters, no. 6604
No. 87 Lower Westgate Street see plan D3117/1413. Insurance clause for minimum of £300
Consideration: £275
Witness: Ernest H. CLIFFORD, sol. Glouc.; Ralph PETERS, secretary of Society

[no title]  D3117/1415  1912

Contents:
Abstract of Title 1901
(1) George KEELING, executor of will of William WOODCOCK, deceased
(2) Walter SCOON, prospective purchaser
Four cottages in Hail's Court, Lower Westgate Street
Witness: WELLINGTON & CLIFFORD, solrs. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/1416  29 June 1912

Contents:
Provisional Valuation (printed form)
(1) Commissioners of Inland Revenue
No. 87 Westgate Street, occupied by DOVEY, gross value £400
Witness: H. C. MORGAN, clerk to valuer

[no title]  D3117/1417  2 November 1912

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) George KEELING, 16 Kingsholm Road, gent
(2) Walter SCOON of Eskdale House, Glouc. city, tailor & draper
Four cottages in Court known formerly as Stephen's Court, now nos. 1, 2, 3, 4 Hails Court, Lower Westgate Street, with right to use passage, plan included
Consideration: £100
Witness: Ernest H. CLIFFORD, sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/1418  10 February 1913

Contents:
Application form for Certificate and Certificate
(1) Inland Revenue
(2) Solicitors of the executors of William WOODCOCK, deceased, being WELLINGTON & CLIFFORD, solrs. Glouc.
Estate Duty on property described D3117/1417
Witness: G. N. HEATH, assistant secretary

[no title]  D3117/1419  23 October 1915

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Walter SCOON of Eskdale House, London Road, tailor, draper
(2) William DOVEY, 87 Westgate Street, lighterman
Property in Hails Court described D3117/1417
Consideration: £100
Witness: Ernest H. CLIFFORD, sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/1420  14 June-13 August 1855

Contents:
Abstract of Orders in Council
Lot 2 relating to Gloucester Chapter Commuted Estates, published in London Gazette 17 August authorising Ecclesiastical Commissioners to sell property
JENNINGS-WHITE and BUCKSTON, solrs. S. Whitehall Place

[no title]  D3117/1421  26 November 1868

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Ecclesiastical Commissioners for England
(2) Dinah HARRIS, widow, of Glouc. city
No. 97 Westgate Street; Westgate St. on S., land of churchwardens of parish of St. Nicholas in E. & N.; premises of Amos SLEED, esq. on W.; plan included
Consideration: £175
Witnesses: Charles Joseph ELLIS, 10 Whitehall Place, Westminster, Edward HOWES

[no title]  D3117/1422  1868

Contents:
Abstract of Title 1816
(1) the Ecclesiastical Commissioners for England
(2) Mrs. Dinah HARRIS, prospective purchaser
House in Westgate Street
Witnesses: JENNING-WHITE & BUCKSTON, S. Whitehall Place

[no title]  D3117/1423  13 February 1885

Contents:
Gloucester District Registry administration fees (printed)
(1) Dinah HARRIS deceased
Witness: M. H. JENNER, Registrar

[no title]  D3117/1424  13 February 1885

Contents:
Gloucester District Registry Receipt slip
(1) Dinah HARRIS deceased
Original will, oath of executors and affidavit for Inland Revenue
Witness: William M. WOODWARD

[no title]  D3117/1425  10 April 1885; 5 June 1886

Contents:
Inland Revenue Succession Account and Receipt
(1) Elvira HUGGINS of Lower Westgate Street, wife of James HUGGINS, successor and daughter of Dinah HARRIS deceased
Freehold house, shop and premises in Westgate Street, saleable value £200
Witness: MILARD pro. Comptroller General of Inland Revenue

[no title]  D3117/1426  proved 18 February 1885

Contents:
Probate of Will
(Will made 21 August 1873)
(1) Dinah HARRIS, deceased
(2) Elvira HUGGINS wife of James HUGGINS, sole beneficiary and executrix
Witnesses: James BRETHERTON, sol., Glouc.
William H. MORTON his clerk, M. H. JENNER, District Registrar

[no title or date]  D3117/1427

Contents:
Printed Abstract of Certain Acts of Parliament relating to The Ecclesiastical Commissioners for England
Gloucester Chapter Estates Auction
Witnesses: JENNINGS-WHITE & BUCKSTON, solrs., 8 Whitehall Place

[no title]  D3117/1428  11 November 1903

Contents:
Probate of Will
(1) Elvira HUGGINS, wife of James HUGGINS, 54 London Road
(2) James HUGGINS, sole executor
Gross value of deceased's estate £262
Witness: R. FULLER, District Registrar

[no title]  D3117/1429  30 March 1912

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) John Edward HULLETT, 51 Denmark Road, solicitor's managing clerk
William Henry BEARD of Derby Road, clerk at Glouc. Probate Court
(2) Elizabeth Mary WOOD, spinster, 100 Westgate Street
No. 97 Westgate Street, described D3117/1421
Consideration: £165
Witnesses: L. M. Merrett, clerk to George R. BONNOR, sol., Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/1430  22 June 1816

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
(1) Dean & Chapter of Gloucester
(2) William Cook WARD of Glouc. city, gent.
Messuage with appurtenances in Westgate Street occupied by EDMUNDS (7 x 15 yards) described D3117/1421
Rent: 19/- and 16/2 in lieu of land tax
Term: 40 years
Witness: James WOODWARD

[no title]  D3117/1735  30 November 1850

Contents:
Will and codicils (copy)
(1) George SMITH of Glouc. city, baker, testator
(2) John SMITH, Daniel SMITH, son, George SMITH, son, deceased
(3) William CRUMP, son-in-law
(4) Mary Ann HAZELDINE
(5) Harriet CRUMP daughter of testator
(6) John LODGE, grandson
Will sworn under £6000. Property in Westgate Street, malting and banking stock-in-trade, Lower George Inn, in parish of St. Nicholas. The Royal Oak with two tenements adjoining.
Messuage occupied by PITT near Barton Street; leasehold malthouse yard in Lower Quay Lane
Will made 13 November 1850
Witnesses: J. HARVEY, George M. ABELL, solrs. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/2441  9 November 1785

Contents:
Will (copy)
Elizabeth DAVIS of Gloucester, widow
Relates to property in Southgate Street. Codicil 29 November 1785 leaves her messuage in Westgate Street near the Foreign Bridge is entailed upon her son-in-law Paul WALKER and his wife and their heirs
Proved: P.C.C. 17 January 1790

[no title]  D3117/2442  1777-1855

Contents:
Copies of entries in parish registers
Relating to Walker and Davis families of Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/2443  5 April 1856

Contents:
Deed to bar entail
(1) Charles WALKER of Gloucester, Esq.
(2) Rev. Charles TURNER of Holt (Co. Wilts.) (a Trustee)
(3) James Rogers HEANE of Theresa Place, near Gloucester, gent
A messuage in Lower Westgate Street entailed by will of Elizabeth DAVIS (2441)
Witnesses: Thos. SMITH, solicitor, John HOLT, clothier of Holt.

[no title]  D3117/2444  25 May 1861

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Charles WALKER of Gloucester, Esq.
(2) Henry John SHERWOOD of Gloucester, grocer
A messuage and warehouse near the Foreign Bridge in Lower Westgate Street
Consideration: £510
Witnesses: Thos. SMITH, Jas. BRETHERTON

[no title]  D3117/2445  25 May 1861

Contents:
Mortgage
(1) Henry John SHERWOOD of Gloucester, grocer
(2) Ann JONES of Founhope (Co.Hereford), spinster
A messuage and warehouse in Lower Westgate Street, near the Foreign Bridge
Principal: £400
Witness: James BRETHERTON

[no title]  D3117/2446  17 December 1875

Contents:
Will (copy)
Ann JONES of Much Birch (Co. Hereford) spinster
To her nephew John SAUNDERS, 2 freehold tenements in Tewkesbury Street, Gloucester
To her nephew Edwin John CHARLES a freehold tenement in Berkeley Street, Gloucester
Residue of estate to wives of J.S and E.J.C

[no title]  D3117/2447  1893

Contents:
4 letters and bills
Relating to drainage and repairs at no. 45 (or 54) lower Westgate Street carried out for E. RADBONE, of Oxford

[no title]  D3117/2632  28 January 1891

Contents:
Particulars of Sale, Conditions and Sale Agreement
(1) George Sheffield BLAKEWAY, town clerk, for the Corporation
(2) James BUCHANAN of Glouc. city, gent
Thomas WHITE & SON, auctioneers
"The Fleece", Wotton, "The Anchor", Upper Quay St, "The Globe", Sandhurst, and The Old Weighbridge Offices, at the lower corner of Westgate Street and the Quay, recently occupied by Gloucester Corporation
Purchase price: £745
Witness: George Sheffield BLAKEWAY

[no title]  D3117/2633  7 April 1891

Contents:
Statutory Declaration in support of Title
(1) The Gloucester Corporation, represented by Robert ANDREWS, accountant
(2) James BUCHANAN, esq.
Buildings formerly used as Weighbridge, Lower Westgate St.
Witness: Charles CLARK, J.P. for Gloucester city.

[no title]  D3117/2634  25 March 1891

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Mayor, Aldermen & Citizens of Gloucester
(2) James BUCHANAN of Gloucester city, gent
Property in lower Westgate Street described D3117/3632
Consideration: £145
Witnesses: Joseph P. SEERINGS, mayor, and Corporation seal George PIKE, city treasurer

[no title]  D3117/2635  11 July 1900

Contents:
Particulars, Conditions and Memorandum of Sale
(1) Albert BUCHANAN of Gloucester city esq., trustee & executor of James BUCHANAN deceased (vendor)
(2) Alfred Henry BARTLETT of Sunny Dene, Stroud Rd, Glouc. (purchaser)
BRUTON & KNOWLES, auctioneers
Property described D3117/2632 in Westgate Street and 29 other lots
Purchase Price: £125
Witnesses: John MILLARD, sol., W.I. BARTLETT

[no title]  D3117/2636  1900

Contents:
Abstract of Title 1891
(1) Albert Henry BARTLETT ("James BUCHANAN" crossed out with pencil and BARTLETT's name inserted
Property described D3117/2632 in Lower Westgate St. with plan included

[no title]  D3117/2637  29 September 1900

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Albert BUCHANAN esq. of London Road, trustee of James BUCHANAN, deceased
(2) Alfred Henry BARTLETT of Glouc. city, hairdresser
Property in lower Westgate described D3117/2632
Consideration: £125
Witness: J. W. JONES, sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/2638 abc  1904

Contents:
Abstract of Title 1891
(1) Alfred Henry BARTLETT
Shop and premises in lower Westgate Street, described D3117/2632, plan included

[no title]  D3117/2638 b  31 March 1904

Contents:
(1) above to (2) Corporation as Urban Sanitary Authority
Property as above, for street improvement

[no title]  D3117/2638 c  23 August 1905

Contents:
(1) J. P. POPE to (2) as above
Property at junction of St. Aldgate Street & Market Parade

[no title]  D3117/2790  5 March 1845

Contents:
Will (copy)
(1) Mary FOWLER, widow of Gloucester city, testatrix
(2) Rev. John LANDER, nephew
(3) John FOWLER of Lechlade, gent., executor; Mary Ann FOWLER, Harriet FOWLER, sisters of J. FOWLER
(4) Mary Watkins SLEED now of Sinesham, Northampton, daughter of (1), and Rev. Edward SLEED, her husband
(5) Elizabeth LANDER, sister of (1)
(6) Nieces and nephews, the daughters and son of Philip WATKINS, brother of (1)
Testatrix died 4 July 1849, will proved at P.C.C. 7 December 1849
Witnesses: Arabella HOLT, James HOLT, solicitors, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/2791  9 June 1898

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) John Arthur LANDER of Sydenham, Kent, gent.; Robert Ernest Foulis LANDER of Sergeants' Inn, gent.; Isabella LANDER, widow of Sydenham, Kent, personal representatives of John LANDER, deceased
(2) Robert William JESSON of Southampton, gent.
Nos. 61, 62, 63, Westgate Street and nos. 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, Lower Quay Lane. Schedule 1882-included
Witnesses: C. STOCKIL of Crewe, auditor's clerk; J. SCUSE, clerk to RUSSELL & KENT of Sergeants' Inn; Emily F. LANDER, spinster, of Sydenham

[no title]  D3117/2792  1901

Contents:
Abstract of Title 1841-
Of R. W. JESSON
Freehold property in Westgate Street and Lower Quay Lane, described D3117/2791

[no title]  D3117/2793  12 March 1901

Contents:
Agreement
(1) Robert William JESSON of Southampton, managing clerk
(2) Alfred HARDMAN of 19 King Street, Gloucester, accountant
Sale and purchase of freehold property in Westgate Street and Lower Quay Lane
Purchase Price: £1375
Witnesses: N. WINSTANLY of Southampton; William PERKINS, HEPERD and WINSTANLEY, solicitors for vendor, Southampton

[no title]  D3117/2794  6 May 1901

Contents:
Letter
(1) R. W. JESSON
(2) A. HARDMAN
Notification of purchase for £1245 and covering note for conveyance (D3117/2791)

[no title]  D3117/2795  22 June 1820

Contents:
Counterpart lease
(1) The Dean and Chapter of Gloucester
(2) James POLLARD junior of Gloucester city, chinaman
Messuage in Archdeacon Lane, land of (1) on S.; land of Gabriel HARRIS on W.; highway on N. & E.
Rent: 16/- and £1-7-1 a year and 9/- for goodwill
Term: 40 years
Consideration: remainder of lease granted to Wm. FENDALL, Chas. EVANS and Jas. JELF
Witness: Geo BONNOR, clerk to WASHBOURN, solicitor, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/2796a  3 January 1809

Contents:
Deed to declare the Uses of a Fine (copy)
(1) Ann LAMB widow of Gloucester city; Daniel PERRING esq. of Gloucester; George Worrall COUNSEL of Gloucester, gent.; William HICKS of Gloucester, builder; and Thomas HUDSON of Gloucester city, victualler
(2) Thomas FORTY of Gloucester city, cabinet maker
Various properties in Westgate and Southgate Streets and property lying between the bridges in the parish of St. Nicholas
Witnesses: J. CHADBORN; Richard ALLEN; Henry WRIGHT, clerk to OKEY, solicitor, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/2796b  16 August 1820

Contents:
Notification of conveyance and notice to quit, solicitor's bill, and receipt
(1) William HICKS; James WALKER
(2) Thomas HOLT, tenant in possession
(3) John CHADBORN, solicitor, Gloucester
(4) James ABELL, his clerk

[no title]  D3117/2796c  15 & 16 August 1820

Contents:
Lease appointment and Release
(1) William HICKS of Gloucester city, builder
(2) James WALKER of Gloucester city, innkeeper
(3) Francis REEVES of Gloucester city, brushmaker
Piece of ground in Westgate Street and messuage built by Thos. PACE on part of property
Consideration: 5/-, £300 and 10/-
Witnesses: Sarah HUNT; James ABELL, clerk to CHADBORN, attorney, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/2797  31 March 1838

Contents:
Mortgage in fee by appointment
(1) Samuel GEORGE of Gloucester city, barge owner
(2) Anthony BUBB esq. of Whitcombe Court, Badgworth
Messuage called "The Mason's Arms" near the Foreign Bridge, Westgate Street; Little Quay Court in Turnstile Alley on E.; messuage of Jas. HALL on W.; the street on N.; land recently acquired by Wm. HALFORD off Corporation on S.
Principal: £400
Witness: Edward WASHBOURNE, solicitor, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/2798  26 March 1838

Contents:
Feoffment
(1) Mayor, Aldermen and Burgesses of Gloucester
(2) Edward Adolphus SEYMOUR, commonly called Lord SEYMOUR; John PARKER; Richard More O'FERRALL EQUNY - three of the Lords Commissioners of H.M. Treasury
(3) John STEPHENS of Gloucester city, brushmaker
(4) Samuel GEORGE of Gloucester city, barge owner
(5) Edward WASHBOURNE of Gloucester city, gent.
(6) Henry Hooper WILTON of Gloucester city, agent and attorney of (1)
"The Masons Arms", Westgate Street, described D3117/2797. Note of livery of seizin
Consideration: £124-10-0. Completing purchase price of £840
Witnesses: Edward MADDY, mayor; J. HAINES, Office keeper of H.M. Treasury; Joseph ROBERTS junior of Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/2799  23 November 1841

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
(1) Mayor, Aldermen and Burgesses of Gloucester
(2) William COTHER; William HICKS; Charles CHURCH; John Aubrey WHITCOMBE; James TAYLOR; Thomas STANLEY; Thomas DAVIS; David Mowbray WALKER; Samuel JONES; Edward BOWER; John DOWLING; Samuel JONES, junior; Matthew HUTCHINSON; Charles CLUTTERBUCK; Richard Hodges CARTER; Thos. WAKEMAN; Josiah CASTREE, of Gloucester city, gentlemen; Hardwicke SHUTE and Thos. EVANS of Gloucester city, doctors and trustees of Hospital of St. Bartholomew and of other Gloucester charities
(3) Ann BOUGHTON widow of Gloucester city, executrix of Edmund BOUGHTON, carrier, dec.
Garden ground and stable in Westgate Street, part of Hospital lands; plan included
Rent: 5/- a year
Term: 41 years
Witness: Edmund BOUGHTON, junior

[no title]  D3117/2800  11 August 1857

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Anthony BUBB of Witcombe Court, Badgworth, esq.
(2) Samuel GEORGE of Gloucester city, barge owner
(3) William HALFORD of Gloucester city, grocer
(4) James BRETHERTON of Gloucester city, gent.
"The Mason's Arms", Westgate Street, described D3117/2797
Consideration: £365
Witnesses: Henry JELF; Richard Wecan HOLTHAM; James BRETHERTON, solicitor, Gloucester; William P. BROWN, clerk to WASHBOURN, solicitor, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/2801  11 October 1864

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Joseph NICHOLLS esq. of Weston under Penyard, Hereford
(2) William GOULDING of Quedgley, gent.
No. 71 Lower Westgate Street with appurtenances opposite the Old Spa House, occupied by James PUGH
Consideration: £132-10-0
Witness: James BRETHERTON, solicitor, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/2803  1 June 1865

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Henry Sidney WASBROUGH of Bristol, gent.
(2) H. S. WASBROUGH and Rev. Charles Edward DIGHTON of Mitcheldean, trustees of Charles JAMES, deceased
(3) Joseph James GORIN, salt merchant
Nos. 79 & 80 Lower Westgate Street, near Foreign Bridge now occupied by (3) and Jas BYETT, and yard and warehouses in rear extending to Quay. Memo, that 27 September 1890 no. 79 conveyed to George HEY
Consideration: £750
Witness: J. C. RICHARDS, solicitor, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/2811  10 August 1874

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) James ORTON, 2 Saint Mark Street, Kingsholm, artist; Mary Ann ORTON, his wife
(2) Elizabeth HALFORD, spinster of Gloucester city
Half share in public house called the "Admiral Benbow" with court, brewhouse near the Foreign Bridge in Westgate Street, now tenanted by Peter LUCAS. A messuage adjoining public house
Consideration: £370
Witnesses: James BRETHERTON; K. H. FRYER, two of Commissioners for acknowledging oaths

[no title]  D3117/2812  16 November 1876

Contents:
Settlement
(1) Elizabeth HALFORD, spinster of Gloucester city
(2) Joseph TINKLER of Cheltenham, brushmaker
(3) Joseph James GORIN of Gloucester city, merchant; Daniel Cripps JONES of Gloucester city, builder
"Admiral Benbow Inn" in Lower Westgate Street
Consideration: intended marriage and 5/-
Witnesses: James BRETHERTON, solicitor, Gloucester; Fred. H. BRETHERTON, solicitor, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/2813  4 October 1878

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) James Henry DOWLING esq.; William Charles LUCY, corn merchant; Thomas MARLING esq.; Thomas Buchanan WASHBOURNE, doctor; Joseph LOVEGROVE, solicitor; John Michael BUTT, iron merchant; William Viner ELLIS, gent.; Albert Pleydell CARTER, surgeon; Thomas ROBINSON, corn merchant; James BRETHERTON, solicitor; Josiah CASTREE junior, land agent; Richard Sumner HELPS, solicitor; Anthony Gilbert JONES, solicitor; William WASHBOURN, wine merchant; Wm. VICKS, timber merchant; Joseph REYNOLDS, gent.; Isaac SLATER, manager at wagon works; Ric. Vassar SMITH, carrier; Wm. KNOWLES, land agent; trustees of Saint Bartholomew's Hospital
(2) Charles VEALE of Worcester Street, butcher
Garden and stable used as slaughterhouse in Dockam Lane behind cottage of late Ann BOUGHTON, plan included
Consideration: £200
Witnesses: F. H. BRETHERTON; Thos. A. WASHBOURN; J. E. TUCKER; Rob. NOAKES, solicitors clerk, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/2814a  16 April 1888

Contents:
Mortgage and Reconveyance
(1) William GOULDING of Newark Farm, Hempstead, farmer
(2) Capital and Counties Bank Limited
Messuage in Lower Westgate Street described D3117/2801 and D3117/2796c
Consideration: monies owing bank

[no title]  D3117/2814b  28 September 1904

Contents:
Reconveyance
(1) Capital and Counties Bank
(2) William GOULDING
Security: as above
Consideration: as principal above
Witnesses: W. GARFIT; Henry KIMBER, directors of bank; MAIDMANT, secretary of bank; seal stamp of bank

[no title]  D3117/2815  27 September 1890

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Joseph James GORIN of Gloucester city, merchant
(2) George HEY of Gloucester city, fellmonger
No. 79 Lower Westgate Street on south side near Foreign Bridge, and courtyard in rear extending to Quay with warehouses, stables and brewhouse.
Schedule 1799- included. Detailed scale plan on back
Consideration: £650
Witness: J. W. JONES, solicitor, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/2816  29 September 1890

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Elizabeth TINKLER, wife of Joseph TINKLER of High Street, Cheltenham, brushmaker
(2) The Stroud Brewery Company Limited
"The Admiral Benbow" public house near the Foreign Bridge, Lower Westgate Street, Little Quay Court or Turnstile Alley on E.; messuage adjoining inn also to be conveyed on W.; Westgate Street on N.; other property of (1) on S.
Consideration: £1300
Witness: Fred. H. BRETHERTON, solicitor, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/2817  1890

Contents:
Abstract of Title 1857
(1) of Mrs. Elizabeth TINKLER
(2) Stroud Brewery Company, prospective purchasers
Freehold messuage the "Admiral Benbow", and freehold messuage adjoining in Westgate Street

[no title]  D3117/2818  18 September 1890

Contents:
Statutory Declaration Concerning Title and Death Certificate
(1) James BRETHERTON of Gloucester city, solicitor, aged 84, having been immediately concerned with HALFORD family business during his career
Declaration that on the death of William Thomas HALFORD, son and heir of William HALFORD deceased, who died intestate, death certificate included, and also upon the death of Hannah HALFORD his mother, the two daughters Mary Ann ORTON and Elizabeth TINKLER are entitled to the "Admiral Benbow" public house in Westgate Street
Witness: Fred. H. BRETHERTON

[no title]  D3117/2819  29 September 1890

Contents:
Mortgage
(1) George HEY of Gloucester city, fellmonger
(2) George HOOD of Gloucester city, innkeeper
No. 79 Westgate Street, described D3117/2815
Witness: C. Granville CLUTTERBUCK, Weston Road, Gloucester, law student

[no title]  D3117/2820  29 September 1890

Contents:
Acknowledgment and Undertaking
(1) Elizabeth TINKLER, wife of Joseph TINKLER of Cheltenham
(2) The Stroud Brewery Company Limited
Right to production of deeds, particularly a deed dated 24 December 1837, and undertaking to keep them safe
Witness: Albert H. BIGGIN, tailor, 168 High Street Cheltenham

[no title]  D3117/2821  9 November 1892

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Benjamin JORDAN of Gloucester city, gent.
(2) Elizabeth Letitia Johnston VAUGHAN, wife of Wm. Jas. Johnston VAUGHAN, of the Old Rectory, Wotton
No. 52 Westgate Street, with yard adjoining, and a cottage used as a warehouse behind, plan included
Consideration: £400
Witness: Arthur LEWIS, clerk to HANNAH CLARK and BAYTON, solicitors, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/2822  1892

Contents:
Abstract of Title 1865-
(1) of Benjamin JORDAN
No. 52 Westgate Street, and warehouse behind

[no title]  D3117/2823  21 January 1901

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) George HOOD formerly of Gloucester city, now of Hatherly, farmer
(2) Charles ALLEN of Gloucester city, leather and parchment manufacturer
No. 79 Lower Westgate Street with appurtenances described D3117/2815
Consideration: £650
Witness: Robert NOAKES, managing clerk to Frank TREASURE, solicitor, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/2824  22 January 1901

Contents:
Mortgage
(1) Charles ALLEN of Gloucester city, leather and parchment manufacturer
(2) Edmund THOMAS of Hampton Park, city of Hereford, gent.
Property in Westgate Street described D3117/2815
Principal: £800
Witness: David ALLEN, solicitor, Hereford

[no title]  D3117/2825  1902

Contents:
Abstract of Title of 1890-
(1) Charles ALLEN
Messuage and premises in Lower Westgate Street, described D3117/2815
Witness: David ALLEN, solicitor, Hereford

[no title]  D3117/2826  1 January 1902

Contents:
Mortgage
(1) Charles VEALE, 79 Worcester Street, butcher
(2) The London City and Midland Bank Ltd.
Property in Dockam Lane described D3117/2799 and D3117/2813
Principal consideration: banking facilities

[no title]  D3117/2827  1902

Contents:
Abstract of Title 1837-
(1) of Elizabeth TINKLER
(2) Iron and Hardware Company Ltd., purchasers
Five cottages in Quay Street
Witnesses: LITTLE, MILLS & WHITTINGHAM, Stroud

[no title]  D3117/2828  19 June 1902

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) The Iron and Hardware Company Limited, 75 Westgate Street
(2) The Stroud Brewery Company Limited
Five cottages in a passage called Little Quay Court off Westgate Street, plan included. Proviso that the premises be kept separate from Admiral Benbow Inn, unless a dividing wall be built
Consideration: £200
Witnesses: Frederick H. BAMBER, secretary of (1); Nicholas G. FOSTER, a director of (1)

[no title]  D3117/2829  c. 1902

Contents:
Sheet typed with solicitors memoranda of instructions, referring to affairs of ALLEN, and pencilled note of deeds 1890-

[no title]  D3117/2830  1904

Contents:
Abstract of Title 1864-
(1) of William GOULDING
(2) Gloucester Corporation, prospective purchasers
No. 71 Westgate Street

[no title]  D3117/2831  1904

Contents:
Abstract of Title 1865-
(1) of Joseph Francis GORIN as tenant for life,
to No. 80 Westgate Street and freehold premises in Quay Road, contracted to be sold to
(2) Gloucester Corporation

[no title]  D3117/2832  1904

Contents:
Abstract of Title 1837-
(1) of Elizabeth TINKLER
(2) Gloucester Corporation, prospective purchasers
No. 81 Westgate Street

[no title]  D3117/2833  1 February 1905

Contents:
Receipt
(1) Charles ALLEN and Gloucester Corporation
(2) G. Sheffield BLAKEWAY esq.
Thirteen shillings, the unexpired fire premium due to vendor on purchase of 79 Westgate Street
Signed David ALLEN & CARVER

[no title]  D3117/2834  26 January 1905

Contents:
Schedule of Deeds 1890-, with note that deeds were received from Corporation
79 Westgate Street
Signed G. W. BLAKEWAY, town clerk

[no title]  D3117/2835  20 January 1905

Contents:
Letter
(1) Frank TREASURE (solicitor)
(2) G. S. BLAKEWAY, town clerk
Undertaking by vendor GORIN to pay rates and taxes due, on completion of purchase

[no title]  D3117/2851  2 March 1868

Contents:
Conveyance (copy)
(1) David MURRELL, widower of Gloucester city, timber merchant
(2) Joseph James GORIN of Gloucester, salt merchant
Piece of ground formerly gardens now a yard with buildings, between messuage conveyed and Priory Road, formerly Dockam, extending from boundary gates, Westgate Street to brook adjoining Little Meadow; and messuage and counting house adjoining known formerly as Gloucester Soap and Candle Manufactory, plan included
Consideration: £800
Witnesses: J. C. RICHARDS, solicitor, Gloucester; C. S. TURQUAND, J. H. HYETT, clerks to Frank TREASURE, solicitor, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/2855  23 January 1899

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Frederic HANNAM-CLARK of Gloucester city, solicitor
(2) Lydia Hickling ROBERTS, wife of Leonard ROBERTS of Hatherley
No. 51 Westgate Street formerly occupied by H. J. HUMPHRIES, now of Thos. HAWKER
Consideration: £270
Witness: Albert E. PALMER, clerk to HANNAM-CLARK, solicitors, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/2856  23 January 1899

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Frederic HANNAM-CLARK of Gloucester city, solicitor
(2) Lydia Hickling ROBERTS, wife of Leonard ROBERTS of Hatherley
No. 50 Westgate Street formerly occupied by James ANDREWS and his under-tenants, now by Albert Richard JONES
Consideration: £425
Witness: Albert E. PALMER, clerk to Messrs. HANNAM-CLARK & Co., solicitors, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/2858  2 November 1901

Contents:
Probate of will and two codicils (copy)
(1) Joseph James GORIN of Priory House, Westgate Street, salt merchant and sack contractor
(2) Joseph Francis GORIN, son, Eleanor Edith GORIN, daughter, trustees and executors appointed
(3) Minnie Kate GORIN, daughter of testator; Herbert GORIN, 130 Westgate Street, tobacconist, Walter John GORIN, sons of testator
Will made 19 June 1897
Will proved 2 November 1901 at Gloucester
'Priory House', no. 46 Westgate Street; salt warehouse in New Road leading to Quay; nos. 1-10 Priory Road; 'Stanstead House', Priory Road; 3 tenements in Compass Yard, Westgate Street; and other premises in Westgate Street
Witnesses: Frank TREASURE, Albert H. SPINK, solicitors, Gloucester; Le Benyon MORGAN, clerk to TREASURE; J. H. HYETT; C. S. TURQUAND

[no title]  D3117/2861  9 February 1903

Contents:
Appointment of Trustees in accordance with will of Joseph James GORIN, D3117/2858 (copy)
(1) Joseph Francis GORIN, salt merchant; Walter John GORIN, tobacconist; Herbert GORIN, tobacconist, all of Gloucester city
(2) Joseph Francis GORIN, trustee of Joseph James GORIN, deceased
(3) Walter John GORIN; Herbert GORIN
Freehold messuage called 'Priory House' with appurtenances in Lower Westgate Street; No. 130 Westgate Street; Nos. 1-19 odd numbers Priory Road; No. 46 Westgate Street; warehouse and premises in Quay Road; No. 86 Westgate Street and another messuage in Westgate Street; 'Stanstead House', Priory Road; five freehold cottages in Compass Yard, Westgate Street; No. 85 Westgate Street; nine cottages in Carter's Yard, Dockam, Westgate Street; Glass House Yard and 4 cottages, Westgate Street
Witnesses: R. NOAKES; C. S. TURQUAND; J. H. HYETT

[no title]  D3117/2862  24 June 1905

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Lydia Hinkling ROBERTS, wife of Leonard ROBERTS of Down Hatherley, farmer
(2) James FIELDING, engineer; George HOLTHAM, veterinary surgeon; Richard John TALBOT, mineral water manufacturer, all of Gloucester city
(3) Richard WILCE (otherwise JONES) of 50 Westgate Street, undertaker and furniture broker
No. 50 Westgate Street, including warehouse passage and stable, plan included. Schedule 1865- included
Consideration: £800
Witnesses: Joseph JONES, solicitor, Gloucester; Frederick C. HINDER, clerk to FRANKLIN & JONES, solicitors, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/2863  1905

Contents:
Abstract of Title 1865-
(1) of Mrs. Lydia Hickling ROBERTS
(2) Richard WILCE, prospective purchaser
No. 50 Westgate Street described D3117/2862

[no title]  D3117/2864  29 November 1912

Contents:
Lease (counterpart)
(1) Mayor, Aldermen and Citizens of Gloucester
(2) IND COOPE and Co. Ltd. of Romford, Essex
Messuage, tenement yard and outbuildings in S.W. and adjoining the "Bridge Inn", Lower Westgate Street
Term: 7 years
Rent: £13 per year
Witnesses: Paper seal of Company; C. A. COBBOLD, C. HOWARD-SMITH, directors; P. SHEPPARD, secretary

[no title]  D3117/2865  29 November 1912

Contents:
Lease (counterpart)
(1) Mayor, Aldermen and Citizens of Gloucester
(2) IND COOPE and Co. Ltd. of Romford Essex
'The Bridge Inn', Lower Westgate Street, plan included
Term: 7 years
Rent: £32 a year
Witnesses: as in D3117/2864

[no title]  D3117/2867  31 December 1918

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) George Chivers BOWER esq., acting Secretary of the Board of Charity Commissioners for England and Wales
(2) Henry William BRUTON, land agent; John Edward TURNER, corn merchant; George ALDRIDGE, provision merchant; Henry John TAYNTON, solicitor; Frederick Hawkins BRETHERTON, solicitor; Harley Kingsford BUTT, founder; Frank TREASURE, solicitor; John Henry CROXFORD esq.; William Charles MATTHEWS, furniture manufacturer; James CLARKE, retired builder; James FIELDING esq.; Henry Richard James BRAINE, hotel proprietor; Henry Tew BRUTON, land agent; George Oliver ESTCOURT, builder; William COLWELL, insurance manager; William James DAVIS, city hayward; William Fitzgerald JONES, architect and William James JOHNSTON- VAUGHAN of Wotton esq. (all trustees of the 'City of Gloucester Almshouse and Pension Charities')
(3) Alfred Ernest MERRETT of Hardwicke, Glouc., farmer and estate agent
(4) Florence Ella Rolfe JEENS, married woman of 120 London Road, Gloucester (purchaser)
Piece of land with workshops, sheds and premises fronting a private roadway leading out of Lower Westgate Street. Plan and schedule 1890-, included
Consideration: £300
Witnesses: W. W. SKIPPON, civil servant; W. LANGLEY-SMITH, solicitor, Gloucester; M. ELCOCK, clerk

[no title]  D3117/2868a  31 December 1918

Contents:
Mortgage and Reconveyance
(1) Matilda WILLIAMS, wife of Frank WILLIAMS, 37 Lower Westgate Street
(2) Frank WILLIAMS
(3) Theresa Annie DAVIES, widow of Woodchester
No. 37 Lower Westgate Street
Principal: £225

[no title]  D3117/2868b  17 November 1918

Contents:
Reconveyance
(1) Theresa A. DAVIES
(2) Matilda WILLIAMS
Security: as above
Consideration: as principal above
Witness: William NAY of Shipton, Andoversford, farmer

[no title]  D3117/2869  25 June 1919

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Florence Ella Rolfe JEENS, 120 London Road
(2) Charlotte DANCEY, wife of Wm. DANCEY of The Forrester's Arms, Westgate Street, licensed victualler
Property described D3117/2867 in Lower Westgate Street
Consideration: £322
Witness: C. E. JEENS, solicitor, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/2870  1922

Contents:
Statement of Title
(1) of the Corporation of Gloucester
Piece of freehold land near "Bridge Inn", Westgate Street, lot 5 at auction to be held at New Inn Hotel 7 April 1922. Property forms part of ancient estates of Corporation as witnessed by rent rolls, and the Corporation has been given powers to sell outright within 3 years

[no title]  D3117/2871  1922

Contents:
Abstract of Title 1868-
(1) of Alfred SPECK
(2) James Henry KEELING, prospective purchaser
Messuage and shop, now 174 (formerly 46) Westgate Street; plan included WELLINGTON & CLIFFORD, solicitors, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/2872  7 April 1922

Contents:
Particulars, Conditions and Memorandum of Sale
Memorandum blank
BRUTON & KNOWLES, auctioneers
Property described D3117/2870 in Lower Westgate Street, and other property in Northgate Street, Parliament Street, the Globe Inn Longford and Withy beds. Good plan included of premises to be sold in Northgate Street, nos. 55 and 57, and general map of Gloucester city, showing the position of other lots

[no title]  D3117/2873  1922

Contents:
Statement of Title
(1) of Gloucester Corporation
Freehold messuage thr Bridge Inn, a messuage adjoining and 3 cottages called Penmeadow cottages, Westgate Street, lots 2, 3, 4, at auction sale 7 April 1922 at New Inn Hotel; (D3117/2872), property described in more detail and note of reserve prices, £1,000 for inn. Absolute sale of Corporation property allowed by ministry

[no title]  D3117/2874  23 June 1923

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) George SYMONDS, formerly of 25 Worcester Street, now of "Nutley", Kingsholm Square, cab proprietor
(2) Albert William CREESE of 99 Westgate Street, undertaker
Messuage shop and stable and warehouse formerly no. 50 now 99 Westgate Street. Schedule 1906- included
Consideration: £750
Witness: W. H. MADGE, solicitor, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/2857  1923

Contents:
Abstract of Title 1899-
(1) of George SYMONDS
(2) Albert William CREESE, prospective purchaser
No. 99 Westgate Street, refer D3117/2874

[no title]  D3117/2876  10 August 1923

Contents:
Mortgage
(1) Albert William CREESE, 99 Westgate Street, undertaker
(2) Kate WELLINGTON, widow of "Barn Hay", Churchdown; Martin Hugh WELLINGTON of "Highlea", Churchdown, wholesale stationer; Gilbert Trevor WELLINGTON of Gloucester city, solicitor
No. 99 Westgate Street; Westgate Street on N.; rear of premises fronting Quay Street on S.; no. 87 on E.; no. 101 Westgate Street on W.
Consideration: £400
Witness: Hugh H. CLIFFORD, solicitor, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/2877 a & b  13 June 1925

Contents:
Lease and counterpart lease
(1) Charlotte DANCEY, wife of William DANCEY of 229 Lower Westgate Street, haulier
(2) Francis Kenelm FOSTER of 'Alt Dinas', Cheltenham, manager of a United company; William WENTWORTH of 'Bosscombe', Tuffley Avenue, railway wagon builder; Lionel Norman ROWLES, commercial traveller
2 Avenue Villas, Tuffley Avenue, brick building adjoining pound in Lower Westgate Street
Term: 5 years
Rent: £25 a year
Witness: Henry J. MORLAND, clerk to LANGLEY-SMITH & Sons, solicitors, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/2878  1927

Contents:
Abstract of Title 1899-
(1) of A. W. CREESE
(2) E. G. GOODWIN, prospective purchaser
No. 99 Westgate Street

[no title]  D3117/2879  20 June 1927

Contents:
Application for an Official Search in records of H.M. Land Registry
(1) SCOTT & FOWLER, solicitors for Albert William CREESE of 99 Westgate Street, undertaker

[no title]  D3117/2880a  25 June 1927

Contents:
Mortgage and Acknowledgment of Repayment
(1) Edward Granville GOODWIN, 222 Barton Street, undertaker
(2) Mabel Rosa PEELE, wife of Joshua John PEELE of Queens Park, London
No. 99 Westgate Street
Principal: £600
Witness: J. H. KING, solicitor, Gloucester

[no title or date]  D3117/2880b

Contents:
Acknowledgment of Repayment of Balence by Herbert Hanger SCOTT executor of (2) above
Securities: as above
Consideration: £525
Witness: as above

[no title]  D3117/2881  27 July 1927

Contents:
Requisition form for an official search in Register of Local Land Charges
(1) T. A. MATTHEWS, solicitor, 6 & 7 King Street, Hereford
Land and buildings fronting private road leading out of Lower Westgate Street
George Sheffield BLAKEWAY, local registrar

[no title]  D3117/2882  27 July 1927

Contents:
Application form for an official search in Land Registry records
(1) T. A. MATTHEWS, solicitor, 6 & 7 King Street, Hereford, for
(2) Charlotte DANCEY of the Foresters Arms, 229 Westgate Street, wife of Wm. DANCEY, licensed victualler

[no title]  D3117/2883  27 September 1927

Contents:
Application form for an official search in Land Registry records
(1) T. A. MATTHEWS, solicitor, 6 & 7 King Street, Hereford
(2) Charlotte DANCEY, Foresters Arms, 229 Westgate Street

[no title]  D3117/2884  29 September 1927

Contents:
Acknowledgment to Production of Deeds, and Undertaking for safe custody
(1) Charlotte DANCEY, 229 Westgate Street
(2) Charles BLEASE of Frankland, Sutton St. Nicholas, Hereford
Property described D3117/2881 in Lower Westgate Street. Schedule 1922-

[no title]  D3117/2885  1926

Contents:
Abstract of Title 1880
Containing a full description of Charity Property in Gloucester giving name of house, tenant, tenancy and gross yearly income
(1) of Mrs. C. DANCEY
Property in Lower Westgate Street described D3117/2881
C. France DRINKWATER, solicitor, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/2886  22 July 1929

Contents:
Surrender
(1) Francis Kenelm FOSTER of "Allt Dinas", Cheltenham, manager of a limited company; William WENTWORTH of "Bosscombe", Tuffley Avenue, commercial traveller (tenant)
(2) Charles BLEASE formerly of Frankland, Sutton St. Nicholas, Hereford, now 88 Falkner Street, butcher (landlord)
(3) Thomas WOOLFALL of Widemarsh Street, Hereford, motor engineer (mortgagee)
Property in Lower Westgate Street, described D3117/2881
Term: tenure to be merged into term of 3,000 years
Witnesses: E. BENNETT, 'Allt Dinas', Bayshill, Cheltenham, nurse; E. P. VIALLS, Midland Bank Chambers, Gloucester, clerk; C. H. RIBBONS of Whitchurch, Glam.; S. L. NELSON, clerk to MATTHEWS, solicitor, Hereford

[no title]  D3117/2887  1933

Contents:
Abstract of Title 1922-
(1) of James Henry KEELING
(2) Gloucester Corporation, prospective purchasers
No. 174 Westgate Street, plan included

[no title]  D3117/3072  21 June 1851

Contents:
Lease
(1) The Mayor, Aldermen and Citizens of Gloucester
(2) Lucy GRIFFETT widow of Gloucester city, executrix of Joseph GRIFFETT, hallier, deceased
Land, messuages and stables newly built at Dockam, plan included
Rent: £1 a year
Term: 41 years
Consideration: £28
Witnesses: Edward Leader KENDALL, mayor; K. H. FRYER, solicitor, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/3073  6 August 1851

Contents:
Lease
(1) Mayor, Aldermen and Citizens of Gloucester
(2) William CARTER, of Gloucester, corn dealer
Messuage and brewhouse with courts and small tenement behind near the Foreign Bridge, occupied by (2) and his tenants; plan included, showing proximity of Westgate Street. Memo. 131840 of Corporation's assent to assignment of property to Joseph James GORIN of Gloucester
Term: 41 years
Rent: £1-13-4
Consideration: £100
Witness: Edward Leader KENDALL, mayor

[no title]  D3117/3074  12 April 1865

Contents:
Assignment
(1) Anthony FISHER senior of Gloucester city, baker and mealman; Anthony FISHER junior of Gloucester city, butcher, executors of the will of William CARTER deceased
(2) Joseph James GORIN of Gloucester city, salt merchant
All property, including sheds, brewhouse, courts, near the Foreign Bridge, Westgate Street, refer D3117/3073 and plan. Right of access and right to put pipe in wall. Bank of England acknowledgment for consideration attached
Term: remainder of 41 years
Rent: as in D3117/3073
Consideration: £420
Witnesses: C. SMALLRIDGE, solicitor, Gloucester; S. PARKINSON, for the Accountant General; B. SAVAGE, for the Bank of England

[no title]  D3117/3075  1879

Contents:
Abstract of Title 1835-
(1) of Mayor, Aldermen and Citizens of Gloucester
(2) Joseph James GORIN, purchaser
No. 56 Westgate Street with cottage and premises behind, and 4' of frontage of another cottage in Westgate Street with yard behind, being lots 76 and 77 auctioned 5 December 1879
FRYER, solicitor, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/3076  9 March 1880

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Mayor, Aldermen and Citizens of Gloucester
(2) John Henry CRICHTON esq, (commonly called Viscoutn CRICHTON); Sir James Dalrymple Horn ELPHINSTONE, baronet, two of the Lords Commissioners of H.M. Treasury
(3) Joseph James GORIN of Gloucester city, salt merchant
No. 86 Westgate Street and thirteen other messuages and courts shown in clearly differentiated plan, showing proximity of Priory Road on W. and Swan Lane on a part of E., and part of messuage near the Foreign Bridge, specified. Memo. that property coloured blue on plan conveyed to Jas. HAIL 1 September 1888
Consideration: £510
Witnesses: Charles Allan JONES, clerk to F. W. J. H. JONES, solicitors, Gloucester; W. HANNAM, office keeper of H.M. Treasury; J. (R.) GABBITAS of the Treasury; K. H. FRYER

[no title]  D3117/3189  15 January 1867

Contents:
Power of attorney (copy) and Acknowledgement to Right to its production as Evidence of Title
(1) James MAYER of Otago, New Zealand, gold miner
(2) John Wakefield BURRUP of Glouc. city, solicitor
(3) David MURRELL of Glouc. timber merchant, purchaser of property below
Appointment of attorney to sell property in Westgate St. inherited from Francis MAYER of Glouc. city, soap boiler, deceased, and his wife Eliza
"The Glass House" or "Round House" a circular building used as a warehouse in Westgate Street; and two messuages near the Foreign Bridge
Witnesses: Gibson K. TURTON, Notary public of Dunedin, N.Z., E.W. COREN, sol. Glouc.; M.L. BROWN, clerk to Messrs. BURRUP SON & CAREW, solrs. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/3190  30 January 1867

Contents:
Transfer of Mortgage
(1) John HANMAN of Glouc. city, gent
Thomas DOBBIE of Glouc. city, corn factor
John Biddle HANMAN of Glouc. city, grocer,
devisees and executors in trust of will of William NEWTON of Glouc. city, gent, deceased
(2) John BURRUP of Glouc. city, gent
All property near the Foreign Bridge described D3117/3189, formerly property of the hospital of St. Kineburgh, Westgate St. on S, freehold land and premises of Francis MEYER, abutting Little Meadow on W and right of access, specified
Consideration: £400
Witnesses: John BRYAN, sol. Glouc.; E.W. COREW, sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/3191  30 September 1867

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) John BURRUP of Glouc. city, gent.
(2) James MEYER of Waitahuna Otago Province, New Zealand, gent.
(3) David MURRELL of Glouc. city, timber merchant
A yard and buildings adjacent Priory Road extending from Westgate St. to brook in Little Meadow; and a messuage near the Foreign Bridge immediately to the W. of property described above; plan included
Consideration: £940 total
Witnesses: E.W. COREN; John BURRUP, sol. Gloucs.

[no title]  D3117/3192  2 March 1868

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) David MURRELL of Gloucester, timber merchant
(2) Joseph James GORIN, of Gloucester, salt merchant
Property by the Foreign Bridge, a yard formerly a garden, a messuage with counting house and workshop, known as Gloucester Soap and Candle Manufactory, formerly in possession of Thomas RIDLER, then of Thomas MAYER, now of William STRAFFORD, with plan
Consideration: £800
Witness: J. C. RICHARDS
Memoranda endorsed 1) 10 June 1888. James Joseph GORIN to Joseph WELLINGTON
2) 10 December 1890, WELLINGTON to GORIN
3) 4 April 1903
4) 6 April 1903

[no title]  D3117/3193  24 June 1868

Contents:
Mortgage
(1) Joseph James GORIN of Gloucester, soap merchant
(2) Maria JONES of Clifton; Elizabeth JONES of Clifton
All property in D3117/3191
Principal: £800
Witnesses: A.G. JONES, sol. Glouc.; J.C. RICHARDS, sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/3194  29 June 1876

Contents:
Transfer of Mortgage
(1) William UNDERWOOD of Barton St, gent
John WEST of Much Birch, Hereford, farmer
executors of will of Miss Ann JONES
(2) Henry John SHERWOOD of Lower Westgate St, grocer
(3) William Elmus PAYNE of Glouc. city, gent
Messuage, garden and premises in Lower Westgate St.
Principal: £400
Witnesses: James BRETHERTON, sol. Glouc.; Eliza CHARLES of Much Birch, Hereford.

[no title]  D3117/3196  20 June 1893

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Henry John SHERWOOD of Glouc. City, grocer
(2) William Elmus PAYNE, of Glouc. City, gent
(3) Edward RADBONE of Oxford city, grocer
Messuage, shop, garden and buildings in Lower Westgate Street, "Duke of Sussex Inn" on W; premises of Joseph J. GORIN on S; meadowland of Henry ALLEN on E; Westgate St. on W
Consideration: £700 total
Witnesses: Fred. H. BRETHERTON, sol. Glouc.; H.R. PAYNE, merchant, the docks, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/3197  14 December 1901

Contents:
Mortgage
(1) Joseph Francis GORIN of Priory House, Westgate Street, salt merchant; Eleanor Edith GORIN, spinster of Priory Road
(2) Clara ARKELL, wife of James ARKELL, of Glouc. city, assistant overseer
'Priory House' with counting house, workshops and buildings near the Foreign Bridge, back of houses fronting Priory Rd. on E; Little Meadow on the N
Principal: £450
Witnesses: Robert NOAKES, Managing Clerk to Frank TREASURE, sol. Glouc.; Blanche GORIN, wife of J.F. GORIN, Priory House

[no title]  D3117/3198  1905

Contents:
Abstract of Title 1897 -
(1) Mrs. Julia GORIN
(2) Alfred SPECK, prospective purchaser
"Priory House" and property adjoining in Westgate St.

[no title]  D3117/3199  26 November 1906

Contents:
Application for Estate Duty Certificate and Certificate
(1) A.H. FRANKLIN of New Road, Oxford, solicitor for executors of will of Edward RADBONE of the Avenue, Summerton, Oxford, deceased
Freehold shop and hereditaments no. 45 Lower Westgate St.

[no title]  D3117/3200  21 August 1905

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Julia GORIN, wife of Walter John GORIN of Barton St, tobacconist
(2) Alfred SPECK of Westgate St., marine store dealer
'Priory House' and counting house, workshops; and 46 Westgate St. with Glasshouse Yard and eight messuages adjoining
Consideration: £1050
Witness: Frank TREASURE, sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/3201  31 December 1917

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Elizabeth RADBONE, widow, of the Avenue, Summertown, Oxford; Edward Henry RADBONE of Wotton Bassett, Wilts., grocer and provision merchant; William Parson RADBONE of Oxford, army captain; Benjamin Joseph BEASLEY of Reading, post office engineer
(2) Alfred SPECK of Lower Westgate Street, salt merchant and marine store dealer
No. 45 Lower Westgate St., described D3117/3196
Consideration: £750
Witnesses: A.H. FRANKLIN, sol. Oxford, Evelyn Minnie WALLIS of Wotton Bassett, Albert Edward HALE of Derby; Walter ATKINS of Reading

[no title]  D3117/3202  17 December 1928

Contents:
Application for an Official Search in H.M. Land Registry
(1) Alfred Burton SPECK of 'Priory House', Westgate St., marine store dealer (applicant)
(2) Messrs. BRETHERTON and sons, solrs. for above
Property in Westgate Street and Priory Road

[no title]  D3117/3203  20 December 1928

Contents:
Legal Charge
(1) Alfred Burton SPECK of Priory House, Westgate St, general merchant
(2) The Cheltenham and Gloucester Building Society, 18 Clarence St. Cheltenham
"Priory House" at Junction of Westgate St. and Priory Rd., with buildings and land adjoining and forming part of 174 Westgate St; and all buildings formerly part of no. 174, large coloured plan included
Principal: £1500
Witness: Percival J. BRETHERTON, sol. Glouc.; seal stamp of building society applied

[no title]  D3117/3204  3 December 1931

Contents:
Schedule of Deeds 1867 -
"Priory House", Westgate Street
Witness for receipt: R. OAKEY, accountant, town clerk

[no title]  D3117/3250  31 December 1918

Contents:
Mortgage and Reconveyance
(1) Thomas James BAYLISS, 38 Lower Westgate St, waterman
(2) Theresa Annie DAVIES, widow of Woodchester
No. 38 Lower Westgate St, conveyed to mortgagor on same day by indenture between Official Trustee of Charity Lands, the trustees of "The City of Glouc. Almshouse, and Pension Charities" and (1)
Principal: £225
Witness: C.E. JEENS, sol. with LANGLEY-SMITH & Son
9 February 1920
Reconveyance
(1) Theresa Annie DAVIES
(2) Thomas James BAYLISS
Security as above
Consideration: as principal above
Witness: W. LANGLEY-SMITH, sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/3251  27 July 1926

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Thomas James BAYLISS of Salmon Inn, Elmore, haulier
(2) Kate WELLINGTON, widow, of Churchdown
Martin Hugh WELLINGTON of "Highlea" Churchdown, wholesale stationer; Gilbert Trevor WELLINGTON, of Glouc. city, solicitor
(3) Mary Ann REDDING of St. Mary's Sq. wife of George William REDDING, labourer
No. 198, formerly 38 Lower Westgate Street
Consideration: £400
Witness: H.A. BISHOP, clerk to WELLINGTON, CLIFFORD & MATTHEWS, solrs. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/3252  1926

Contents:
Supplemental Abstract of Title 1926 -
(1) Mrs. Mary Ann REDDING
No. 198 Westgate St.

[no title]  D3117/3253  28 July 1926

Contents:
Legal Charge
(1) Mary Ann REDDING, 7 St. Mary's Sq. wife of George William REDDING, labourer
(2) Beatrice Martha WATKINS, 58 Priory Road, wife of George B.M.C.W. WATKINS, general dealer
(3) "The Cheltenham and Gloucester Building Society"
No. 198, formerly 38, Lower Westgate Street
Principal: £125
Witness: H.J.B. MARTIN, sol. Glouc.; seal stamp of building society included in receipt for principal

[no title]  D3117/3254  1926

Contents:
Abstract of Title 1918 -
(1) Thomas James BAYLISS
No. 198 formerly 38 Lower Westgate St, a plan included

[no title]  D3117/3255  29 September 1927

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Charlotte DANCEY wife of William DANCEY formerly of the Foresters Arms Westgate Street, now 229 Westgate
(2) Charles BLEASE of Frankland, Sutton St. Nicholas, Hereford, butcher
Piece of land with workshops, sheds and premises fronting a private road off Lower Westgate Street, subject to a lease 13 June 1925
Consideration: £550
Witness: C. Frances DRINKWATER, sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/3256  1932

Contents:
Abstract of Title 1918 -, refer D3117/3252
(1) Mrs. Mary Ann REDDING
(2) Gloucester Corporation, prospective purchaser
No. 198 Westgate St, plan included

[no title]  D3117/3263  Easter Term 1751

Contents:
Right hand indenture of fine
(1) Samuel WORRALL gent (petents)
(2) Bruce WEBB and Mary his wife (deforciants)
Three messuages with appurtenances in St. Nicholas parish
Consideration: £100
Witnesses: John WILLES; Thomas BURNETT; Thomas BIRCH, Nathaniel GUNDRY, justices

[no title]  D3117/3264  27 September 1754

Contents:
Lease
(1) Samuel WORRALL of Bristol city, gent
(2) Henry NELME of Glouc. city, cooper
Messuage with garden and outhouses in Westgate St, tenanted by Francis HAMBLIN, messuage of Joan Saunders on S; tenement (1) occupied by Wm. JONES on W
Term: a year
Consideration: 5/-
Witnesses: John LAMBERT; John NICHOLAS

[no title]  D3117/3265  28 September 1754

Contents:
Release
(1) Samuel WORRALL of Bristol City, gent
(2) Henry NELME of Glouc. city, cooper
Messuage in Westgate St. described D3117/3264
Consideration: £73-10-0
Witnesses: John LAMBERT, John NICHOLAS

[no title]  D3117/3266a  7 February 1771

Contents:
Lease
(1) George HINKS of Glouc. city, victualler; Mary HINKS, wife, only child of Henry NELME of Glouc. city, cooper, deceased
(2) Edward BLOXAM of Glouc. city, cooper
Messuage in Westgate Street described D3117/3264
Term: a year
Consideration: 5/-
Witnesses: William BINING, Thomas RUDGE

[no title]  D3117/3266b  9 February 1771

Contents:
Release and covenant to levy fine
(1) George HINKS of Glouc. city, victualler, Mary HINKS, his wife, only child of Henry NELME of Glouc. city, cooper, deceased
(2) Edward BLOXAM of Glouc. city, cooper
Messuage in Westgate Street described D3117/3264
Consideration: £121-10-0
Witnesses: William BINING, Thomas RUDGE

[no title]  D3117/3267 ab  Easter Term 1771

Contents:
Right and left hand indentures of fine
(1) Edward BLOXAM (petent)
(2) George HINKS and Mary, his wife (deforciants)
Messuage in Westgate St. refer D3117/3266b
Consideration: £60
Witnesses: William De GRAY, Henry GOULD, William BLACKSTONE, George NARES, justices

[no title]  D3117/3268  14 May 1823

Contents:
Mortgage by demise
(1) James BLOXSOME of Glouc. city, innholder, youngest son and heir of Edward BLOXSOME of Glouc. city, cooper, deceased
(2) William PEACH of Glouc. city, appraiser
Messuage, and outhouses in Westgate St, refer D3117/3264
Term: 1000 years
Principal: £200
Witness: Thomas SMITH, attorney, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/3269a  14 March 1831

Contents:
Lease
(1) James BLOXSOME of Glouc. city, innholder
(2) Joseph PAGE, of Glouc. city, gent
Messuage in Westgate St., refer D3117/3264
Term: a year
Consideration: 5/-
Witness: Thomas SMITH

[no title]  D3117/3269b  15 March 1831

Contents:
Release, covenant to levy fine and declaration of uses
(1) James BLOXSOME of Glouc. city, innholder; Sarah BLOXSOME wife
(2) Joseph PAGE, of Glouc. city, gent
(3) Thomas POWELL, of Glouc. city, cooper, trustee of (2)
Messuage in Westgate Street
Consideration: £160
Witnesses: Thomas SMITH; Edwin THOMAS, clerk to SMALLRIDGE, sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/3302  16 April 1746

Contents:
Assignment
(1) Jeremiah JENNINGS of Glouc. city, tailor
(2) John HARRIS, of Glouc. city, gunsmith, Sarah his wife
(3) James WALKER, senior, of Glouc. city, blacksmith
Two messuages and gardens in the parish of St. Nicholas, Westgate Street
Terms: remainder of terms of 30 and 40 years
Consideration: 5/-
Witnesses: Charles BARROW, Francis STRATFORD

[no title]  D3117/3303  25 March 1752

Contents:
Mortgage by assignment
(1) James WALKER, senior, of the parish of St. Nicholas, blacksmith
(2) James WALKER, junior, of St. Nicholas
(3) William RAYER of St. Nicholas, innholder, and Thomas BUBB, of St. Nicholas, baker, the churchwardens
Messuage with yard and garden in the parish of St. Nicholas, in Westgate Street, Dean and Chapter lands on E, St. Bartholomew Hospital lands on W; land of Ric. WADLEY & Garn on S, highway on N
Consideration: payment of £200
Terms: remainder of 30 years and 40 years
Principal: 5/- and £100 of parish charity money to be repaid by 6 October
Consideration of Bond: £200
Witnesses: William BINNITT, John RICKETTS, Thomas BUBB, Richard WEBB, junior, John Skinner STOCK

[no title]  D3117/3304  31 July 1778

Contents:
Assignment
(1) James WALKER of Glouc. city, whitesmith
(2) John ROGERS, of Glouc. city, maltster
Messuage and garden with appurtenances in the parish of St. Nicholas, Westgate St. Dean & Chapter land on W.E, land of Wm. HUMPHRIS on N, street on S
Rent: 24/- a year
Term: remainder of 30 years
Consideration: £200
Witnesses: Edward BLOXSOM of Glouc. city, cooper; Conway WHITHORNE of Dursley, attornery

[no title]  D3117/3305  1 August 1778

Contents:
Assignment by way of Mortgage and Bond
(1) John ROGERS of Glouc. city, maltster
(2) William MORSE of Kingscote, carpenter and builder
Leasehold messuage and garden in St. Nicholas's parish, Westgate Street
Term: Remainder of term of 30 years
Principal: £150
Condition: payment of principal on 1 February ensuing
Consideration: £300
Witnesses: Richard HALL, Conway WHITBORNE; Thomas PINNELE

[no title]  D3117/3306a  6 September 1788

Contents:
Assignment by way of mortgage
(1) John ROGERS of Glouc. city, maltster
(2) William MORSE of Kingscote, carpenter and builder
Messuage and garden in the parish of St. Nicholas, Westgate St, Dean and Chapter land occupied HARRIS then WADLEY on W & E; land of Wm. HUMPHRIS on W; street on S
Rent: 24/- a year
Term: remainder of 30 years
Consideration: £110 and 10/-
Witnesses: J. HILL, Conway WHITHORNE

[no title]  D3117/3306b  11 February 1790

Contents:
Additional Mortgage charge and bond
(1) John ROGERS of Glouc. city, maltster
(2) William MORSE of Kingscote, carpenter and builder
Security as in D3117/3306a
Term: remainder of 30 years
Principal: £40, to be paid by 11 August
Consideration of bond: £80
Witnesses: J. HILL, Edward BLOXSOME, junior

[no title]  D3117/3307  14 December 1793

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) John READ and John COOK of Glouc. city, gentlemen, sherrifs
(2) George Worrall COUNSEL of Glouc. city, gent
Leasehold messuage and garden in the parish of St. Nicholas, Westgate St, land of HUMPHRIES on N, street on S, leases of Dean Chapter in E & W, subject to annual rent
Term: 30 years
Consideration: £73
Witnesses: Thomas OKEY, junior; John COOK

[no title]  D3117/3308  28 August 1794

Contents:
Assignment
(1) George Worrall COUNSEL of Glouc. city, gent
(2) Thomas HEMING, of Glouc. city, tailor
Messuage and garden in the parish of St. Nicholas, Westgate St., subject to a mortgage to William MORSE
Term: remainder of 30 years
Condition: rents reserved
Consideration: £150
Witness: Thomas OKEY

[no title]  D3117/3309  5 April 1798

Contents:
Assignment
(1) Thomas HEMING of Glouc. city, tailor
(2) Joseph CLARKE, of Glouc. city, maltster
Interest in leasehold messuage garden and premises in Westgate Street
Term: remainder of 30 years
Consideration: £155
Witness: William Le BLANC, clerk to WHITCOMBE & Co., attorney, Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/3310  25 November 1801

Contents:
Assignment
(1) Thomas PALIN of Glouc. city, brewer
(2) William HARDY, of Glouc. city, mercer, Susanna, his wife, formerly widow of Samuel Poole PALIN, formerly of Glouc. gent.
(3) Edward ELTON Esq., formerly of Glouc. city, grocer, now of Burley Hill, Lansamlet, Glamorgan
John REA of Glouc. city, pinmaker
Leasehold messuages, brewhouses, warehouses and gardens in the parish of St. Nicholas, leased off the Dean and Chapter, and four messuages in the same parish leased off the Corporation
Consideration: 10/- and annuity of £30
Witness: R. P. WILTON

[no title]  D3117/3311  5 February 1813

Contents:
Assignment
(1) Andrew POOLE of Madeley, Salop, waterman; Samuel POOLE, ditto, barge owner; Sarah DUNCH, ditto, widow of John DUNCH, deceased
(2) Joseph REA of Barnwood, gent.
Leasehold messuage, brewhouses, warehouses and gardens in parish of St. Nicholas; and two messuages on S. side of the Foreign Bridge near turnstyle to Quay in Westgate St., also in the parish of St. Nicholas. Memorandum that covenant for production of deed made 8 March 1847 between Sarah BARRETT and Chas. Wilkinson BARRETT
Consideration: £240
Witnesses: Edward HARPER, attorney of Madeley, John BOWYER, attorney, Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/3312  6 February 1813

Contents:
Assignment
(1) Mary TAYLOR, spinster, of Fanchbury, nr. Bromsgrove, Worcs.
(2) John REA of Wotton, gent.
(3) William HARDY of Evesham, innholder, Susannah, his wife
(4) Joseph REA of Barnwood, gent
Two messuages in the parish of St. Nicholas, Westgate St, with an inn formerly called the Crown and Sceptre on the E; leases of Dean & Chapter occupied by Edmund BLOXSOME on W; highway on S. Two messuages with appurtenances on S. side of the Foreign Bridge, Westgate St. in the parish of St. Nicholas, and next to the turnstyle to the Quay.
Schedule 1796, 1801 included
Terms: remainder of terms of 30 and 40 years
Consideration: £495
Witnesses: H.J.W. BOWYER; John BOWYER, attorney, Glouc., Frederick WOODWARD of Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/3313  22 November 1813

Contents:
Assignment
(1) Joseph REA of Barnwood, gent
(2) John DAVENPORT of Glouc. city, painter
Two messuage with yard adjoining in St. Nicholas's parish Westgate Street near Crown and Sceptre Inn. Memorandum that covenant for production of deed made 8 March 1847 between Sarah BARRETT and Chas Wilkinson BARRETT
Term: remainder of 30 years
Condition: payment of rents
Consideration: £1150
Witnesses: H.J.W. BOWYER; Richard ALLEN

[no title]  D3117/3314  25 February 1815

Contents:
Transfer of Mortgage
(1) John BOWYER of Kingsholm, gent
(2) John DAVENPORT of Glouc. city, painter
(3) John LEDIARD of Kingsholm, tollgate keeper
Two messuages with yard and garden in Westgate St; land of Edward BLOXSOME on W, Crown and Sceptre Inn on E., land of William HUMPHRIES on W, highway on S
Term: remainder of 30 years
Consideration: £455 and 5/-
Witness: Robert OSBORN

[no title]  D3117/3315  24 April 1816

Contents:
Assignment
(1) John BATHURST of Madeley Salop, enameller and gilder, and Mary his wife, formerly widow of John POOLE, late of Brosley, Salop
Thomas POOLE of Madeley, china painter
John POOLE of Madeley, china painter
Edward ASTON of Madeley, labourer, and Diana his wife
(2) Joseph REA of Banrwood, gent
Fourth share in two messuages and garden in the parish of St. Nicholas, Westgate St, the "Crown and Sceptre Inn" on E; street on S, land of John HUMPHRIES on N
Terms: remainder of 30 & 41 years
Consideration: £250
Witness: Edward HARPER

[no title]  D3117/3316  20 October 1820

Contents:
Probate of Will
(1) William WALKER of the Ten Bells, Glouc. city
(2) Mary WALKER, wife and executor appointed
(3) Mary BEDDOE (daughter)
(4) William WALKER (son)
Will made 2 October 1819
Probate sworn under £450
Witnesses: William WOODWARD, Elizabeth ARTISS

[no title]  D3117/3317  26 October 1822

Contents:
Administration issued by Prerogative Court of Canterbury
(1) Mary WALKER, widow, deceased
(2) William WALKER (son)
Sworn under £250
Witnesses: Nathaniel GUTTING, A.C. CUSWELL, Geo. TURNER, deputy registrars

[no title]  D3117/3318  7 December 1822

Contents:
Administration of Will
(1) William WALKER of Ten Bells, Glouc. city, testator
(2) Mary WALKER, wife and executrix appointed
(3) Mary BEDDOE (daughter)
(4) William WALKER (son)
Will made 2 October 1819
Will sworn under £450
Witnesses: William WOODWARD, Elizabeth ARTISS

[no title]  D3117/3319  14 May 1825

Contents:
Probate of Will
(1) Thomas WALKER of Glouc. city, victualler
(2) William WALKER (nephew) executor appointed
(3) Elizabeth WALKER (sister)
(4) Elizabeth WALKER niece
Will made 1 March 1821
Two leasehold, held off the Dean & Chapter
Witnesses: Mathew COOKE, John BOWYER, C.W. BARRETT

[no title]  D3117/3320  17 June 1828

Contents:
Assignment
(1) Joseph SWAYNE of Newnham, bank merchant
William CLARK of Barton St, maltster
(2) Mary LAWRENCE, wife of Thomas LAWRENCE of Staverton, gent.
(3) Thomas LAWRENCE
Messuage and garden in St. Nicholas's parish, off Westgate St.
Term: remainder of 30 years
Consideration: 5/-
Witnesses: J.W. BURRELL; W.M. EVANS, attorney, Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/3321  24 February 1829

Contents:
Mortgage
(1) Thomas LAWRENCE of Staverton, yeoman
(2) Jossiah TIPPETTS of Glouc. city, plumber and glazier
Messuage and garden in St. Nicholas's parish, Westgate St., land of Dean & Chapter W & E; land of Mary PITT on W, Westgate St. on S
Principal: £300
Witness: Robert Ryder HORNER, clerk to John CHADBORN, attorney, Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/3322  7 March 1836

Contents:
Assignment
(1) Edmund RUDGE of Tewkesbury, farmer
(2) Thomas LAWRENCE of Barton St, innkeeper
(3) Charles GRIFFITH esq. of Glouc. city
(4) James LEWIS, ditto, tailor
Messuage, garden and premises in St. Nicholas's parish, Westgate Street, subject to mortgage 24 Feb. 1829
Consideration: £165
Witnesses: George LEWIS, R.H. CARTER, sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/3323  26 April 1836

Contents:
Assignment
(1) George SARGON, formerly of King St. Holborn, now of Lincoln's Inn Fields, Middx., varnish manufacturer; Sarah SARGON, his wife; George FULLER of Bath, coachmaker; John Henry PADBURY of Speenhamland, Berks, coachmaker; Edward Ives FULLER of Cavendish Sq. Middx., coach maker, executors and executrix of Elizabeth IVES, widow, formerly of Histon, Middx.
(2) John DAVENPORT of Glouc. city, painter
Two messuages with yard and garden in Westgate Street, land of Edward BLOXSOME on W; Crown & Sceptre Inn on E, land of Wm. HUMPHRIES on S
Consideration: £500 & 10/-
Witnesses: William ROBINS of Furnivals Inn, John WYATT, clerk, William FERRIS of Berks., J.H. MANN of London

[no title]  D3117/3324  3 November 1847

Contents:
Assignment
(1) James LEWIS, formerly of Glouc. city, tailor, now of Chalford
(2) James Berriman TIPPETTS of Glouc. city, plumber and glazier
(3) Rev. John TIPPETTS of Gravesend, Kent, Minister of the Gospel
Messuage and garden in the parish of St. Nicholas, Westgate St., street on S, lands of Mary PITT on W, land of Dean & Chapter on W
Consideration: £35
Witnesses: Edwin WITCHELL, sol. of Glouc.; W. Pitton PAGE, his clerk, E.B. SWANN, sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/3325  22 June 1848

Contents:
Lease
(1) Dean and Chapter of Gloucester
(2) John TIPPETTS of Gravesend, Kent, protestant dissenting Minister, executor of will of Josiah TIPPETTS of Glouc. city, plumber, deceased
Messuage and garden in St. Nicholas's parish, Westgate St, plan included showing garden, passage, yard and etc.
Term: 30 years
Rent: 24/- a year
Consideration: £48-10-0

[no title]  D3117/3326  29 November 1853

Contents:
Lease
(1) Dean and Chapter of Gloucester
(2) John WARD of Glouc. city, builder
Messuage and brewhouse in St. Nicholas's parish Westgate St. occupied by Jacob MOSES, Wm. CRUMP; highway on S, plan included
Rent: £1-6-0 a year
Term: 30 years
Consideration: £47
Witness: Edward BANKES, sub dean

[no title]  D3117/3329  25 March 1803


Related information: See also Gloucestershire Record Office D3364 and Gloucestershire Record Office D3117/3351,54,55

Contents:
Mortgage by demise
(1) John Boles WATSON of Cheltenham, gent, and Henrietta his wife
(2) Nicholas BARNES esq. of Glouc. city
Messuage used as a theatre in parish of Holy Trinity, Westgate St., messuage of William BISHOP on E & N, messuages of ULETT MURRELL and Hester EVANISS widow on W, covenant to levy fine
Term: 500 years
Principal: £600
Witness: Thomas OKEY

[no title]  D3117/3330  15 July 1813

Contents:
Surrender of Term
(1) John BARNES of Glouc. city, gent
Rev. John FORD of Oxford; Rev. William Gwinett HORNIDGE; Ann WEAVER, widow, both of Glouc. city, executors and executrix of Nicholas BARNES esq. of Glouc. city, deceased
(2) John Boles WATSON of Cheltenham, gent, devisee in trust of John Boles WATSON of Cheltenham, gent, devisee in trust of John Boles WATSON, senior
David WITHINGTON of Cheltenham, gent
Messuage and appurtenances used as a theatre in Westgate St, divided from street by messuages of Phoebe PRICE & MERRETT confectioner; messuages of ULETT, MURELL, EVENISS (widow) on W & E
Term: remainder of 500 years
Consideration: £600
Witness: Thomas FLETCHER of Cheltenham, sol.

[no title]  D3117/3331  13 May 1847

Contents:
Mortgage
(1) Francis Margaret WATSON, widow, of Cheltenham
(2) Edmund Lambert NEWMAN; William Henry GWINNETT; Rosalind James TICEHURST; all of Cheltenham, attornies and co-partners
Messuage used as a theatre in parish of Holy Trinity, Westgate St, messuages of Phoebe PRICE nad MERRETT, confectioner separating property from street
Principal: £154
Consideration: £154 and 5/-
Witness: W. BAIN, clerk to Messrs. NEWMANTLE, solrs., Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/3332  13 September 1856

Contents:
Release
(1) Edmund Lambert NEWMAN; William Henry GWINNETT, Rowland James TICEHURST of Cheltenham, attorney-at-law, and late co-partners
(2) William WARD, ditto, house agents
Messuage used as a theatre with fittings, Westgate Street, divided from street by messuages of Phoebe PRICE, and MERRETT, confectioner, and the mortgage debt of £154 on property.
Refer indenture 13 May 1847
Consideration: £210
Witnesses: C.H. WILLIAMS, sol. Cheltenham, William FOWLES, clerk to TICEHURST

[no title]  D3117/3333  29 November 1711

Contents:
Lease
(1) Sir Alexander CUMMING of Pucklechurch, baronet, Mary DENIS, spinster of Pucklechurch, a daughter and coheir of William DENIS esq. of Pucklechurch, deceased Henry SMITH esq. of Westminster; William EDWARDS, esq. of the Middle Temple
(2) Mary WELLS, widow of Glouc. city
Messuage and appurtenances in Mercer Row, parish of Holy Trinity, messuage of BARNES on E, messuage of Joshua WARRELL on W
Term: a year
Consideration: 5/-
Witnesses: H.E. NEALE, James ELLY, W. PHELPES

[no title]  D3117/3334  30 November 1711

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Sir Alexander CUMMING of Pucklechurch, baronet Mary DENNIS, spinster, ditto, a daughter and coheir of William DENNIS Esq., of Pucklechurch, deceased Henry SMITH esq. of Westminster; William EDWARDS esq. of the Middle Temple
(2) Mary WELLS, widow of Glouc. city
Messuage with appurtenances occupied by (2) in Mercer Row
Consideration: £78-6-8 and 5/-

[no title]  D3117/3335  13 October 1775

Contents:
Lease
(1) John COTHER of Barton St, cordwainer; Elizabeth, his wife
(2) John PITT of Glouc. city, gent
Messuage with appurtenances in Mercer Row, parish of Holy Trinity
Term: a year
Consideration: 5/-
Witness: Bernard COOKE

[no title]  D3117/3336  14 October 1775

Contents:
Mortgage by lease and release
(1) John COTHER of Barton St, Elizabeth, his wife
(2) John PITT of Glouc. city, gent
Messuage with appurtenances in Mercer Row (Westgate St.) in the parish of Holy Trinity, a messuage of Ellis Taylor BAKER on E, messuage of George WORRALL on W. Covenant to levy fine
Principal: £120
Witnesses: Bernard COOKE, J.W. PRICE

[no title]  D3117/3337  Easter Term 1776

Contents:
Right and left hand indentures of a fine
(1) John PITT, gent (petent)
(2) John COTHER, Elizabeth his wife (deforciants)
Messuage and land with appurtenances in parish of Holy Trinity
Consideration: £100
Witnesses: William (DEBREY), Henry GOULD, William BLACKSTONE, George NARES, justices

[no title]  D3117/3338  24 December 1776

Contents:
Additional Mortgage Charge
(1) John COTHER of Barton St. cordwainer, and Elizabeth his wife
(2) John PITT of Glouc. city, gent
Securities in Mercer Row, parish of Holy Trinity, refer mortgage 13 & 14 October 1775
Principal: £90
Witnesses: Francis WHISHANE of Herts, Robert MASON of Withington, Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/3339  24 March 1777

Contents:
Lease
(1) John COTHER of Barton St., cordwainer
John PITT esq. of Glouc. city
(2) Sarah VERNON, widow, of Glouc. city
Messuage in Mercer Row, parish of Holy Trinity
Term: a year
Consideration: 5/-
Witnesses: Thomas ALLWAY, Thomas HEMMING

[no title]  D3117/3340  25 March 1777

Contents:
Release
(1) John COTHER of Barton St, cordwainer, Elizabeth his wife
(2) John PITT esq. of Glouc. city
(3) Sarah VERNON, widow, of Glouc. city
Messuage in Mercer Row, in Parish of Holy Trinity, messuage of Elizabeth WEAVER in E; messuage of Nick. BARNES, formerly Geo. WORRALL on W
Consideration: £230 total
Witnesses: Thomas ALLWAY; Thomas HEMMING

[no title]  D3117/3341  2 February 1778

Contents:
Lease
(1) Sarah VERNON, widow, of Glouc. city
(2) Richard WOOD, ditto, mercer
Messuage, brewhouse, yard in parish of Holy Trinity, Westgate Street
Term: a year
Consideration: 10/-
Witness: Richard PEMBER

[no title]  D3117/3342  3 February 1778

Contents:
Marriage Settlement
(1) Sarah VERNON, widow of Glouc. city
(2) John JONES of Longcompton, Warwick, clerk
(3) Richard WOOD of Glouc. city, mercer
Messuage, brewhouse and yard in Westgate St, parish of Holy Trinity
Consideration: intended marriage and 10/-
Witness: Richard PEMBER

[no title]  D3117/3343  23 September 1817

Contents:
Probate of will and codicil
(1) Sarah JONES, widow of Glouc. city, testator
(2) Richard MORSE of Gloucestershire (nephew) (Awre)
Richard BILLINGS of Ebley, executors appointed
(3) Rachel BEVAN, widow (sister)
(4) John MORSE, brother
(5) Sarah JAMES of London; Elizabeth WHALLEY of Glouc., Charlotte BADHAMS, Maria BAKER, Harriet SMITHSON, Charlotte BENNEST (nieces)
House in Westgate St, occupied by Wm. GUMM, and money sums
Will made 12 December 1815, Codicil date 23 May 1816
Witnesses: Jeremiah GRANT, Elizabeth HOOK, Elizabeth WOOD

[no title]  D3117/3344  12 February 1819

Contents:
Lease
(1) Richard MORSE of Awre, gent, nephew & heir of Sarah JONES, widow, of Glouc. city, deceased, before her intermarriage with John JONES; and Sarah VERNON, nee MORSE, widow of Hayward VERNON, brazier
Richard BILLINGS of Eblay, builder
(2) George SMITH of Perton, Lydney, gent
Messuage in Mercer Row, refer release 13 February 1819
Consideration: 5/-
Witnesses: John JAMES, Francis PRICE

[no title]  D3117/3345  13 February 1819

Contents:
Release and Assignment
(1) Richard MORSE of Awre, gent, nephew & heir of Sarah JONES, widow of Glouc. city, deceased (before her marriage with John JONES, city clerk, deceased) and Sarah VERNON nee MORSE, widow of Hayward VERNON of Glouc. city, brazier
(2) Richard BILLINGS of Ebley, builder
(3) George SMITH of Purton, Lydney, gent
Messuage in Mercer Row, formerly occupied by John COTHER now by William GUMM, subject to trusts created by will of Richard MORSE; and a half share of goods of Sarah JONES
Consideration: £142
Witnesses: John JAMES; Francis PRICE

[no title]  D3117/3348  28 June 1765

Contents:
Lease
(1) Edward CROKER of Dublin, Mary, his wife
(2) Benjamin BONNOR of Glouc. city, brazier
Term: a year
Consideration: 5/-
Witnesses: Charles BEILY, Tibb DONNELLY

[no title]  D3117/3349  29 June 1765

Contents:
Release in fee
(1) Edward CROKER of Dublin, apothecary, and Mary his wife
(2) Benjamin BONNOR of Glouc. city, brazier
Two messuage in Mercer Row, parish of Holy Trinity in possession of PUNTER, BARBER, BONNOR, HALE successively. Covenant to levy fine, and official extract of fine, dated Michaelmas Term 1765, made 1 March 1841, in which John ROGERS is a petent with (2)
Consideration: £250
Witnesses: Charles BEILY, Tibb DONNELLY

[no title]  D3117/3350  15 August 1777 (will made)

Contents:
Probate of will
(1) Benjamin BONNOR of Glouc. city, brazier
(2) Benjamin BONNOR, son
(3) Sarah, Ann, Alice, Charles, Elizabeth, Esther and John, children of the testator
(4) Sarah BONNOR, wife and executrix of testator
Freehold property, unspecified, and shares
Witnesses: William PRICE, Nathaniel REEVE, Robert PARKER

[no title]  D3117/3351  19 September 1791

Contents:
Lease
(1) Mayor & Burgesses of Glouc. city
(2) John Boles WATSON of Glouc. city, gent
Messuage with courts, workshop and gardens in Mercer Row, parish of Holy Trinity tenanted by (2), messuage of William BISHOP on E; messuage of JONES, clerk on W
Rent: 17/- a year
Term: 2/- a year
Consideration: 17/-

[no title]  D3117/3352  3 July 1797

Contents:
Lease, and Promise of Payment Slips
(1) Thomas BONNOR of Cirencester, soapboiler and chandler
Richard BONNOR of Glouc. city, hosier, executors of Benjamin BONNOR of Glouc. city, brazier, deceased
(2) Charles BONNOR of Glouc. city, brazier
Two messuages including a small closet in the parish of Holy Trinity, Westgate Street, highway on S; messuage of James WHITE on W; messuage of JONES, widow on E, and Occupied by PUNTER, BARBER, BONNOR, HALE, Chas. BONNOR, DOLE successively
Term: a year
Consideration: 5/-
Witnesses: Mary CLARK, Benjamin MUTLOW
Promise of payment of £75-14-3, a legacy of Benjamin BONNOR in Westgate Street property, for the use of Jane Gwyn HARRIS
Witness: John COOKE

[no title]  D3117/3353  4 July 1797

Contents:
Release
(1) Thomas BONNOR of Cirencester, soapboiler and chandler
(2) Richard BONNOR of Glouc. city, brazier
Two messuages including a small closet in Westgate St., formerly Mercer Row, in parish of Holy Trinity.
Property formerly held by Benjamin BONNOR and Thos. HALE, cordwainer, now occupied by Chas BONNOR and another; messuage of Jas. WHITE on W; messuage of trustees of Geo. WORRALL on N; highway on S
Consideration: £530
Witnesses: Mary CLARK; Benjamin MUTLOW

[no title]  D3117/3354  24 March 1803

Contents:
Lease
(1) John Boles WATSON of Cheltenham, gent
(2) Charles BONNER of Glouc. city, brazier
John VERNON, of Glouc. city, butcher
Three messuages with garden, brewhouse and appurtenances in the parish of Holy Trinity, Westgate St, having two messuages tenanted by PUNTER, BONNER & Chas. BONNER respectively dividing the same from the street, property itself tenanted by MURRELL & Hester EVENISS widow, andthe right to use the "Playhouse Passage", extensively specified, refer to plan (D3117/3355)
Term: a year
Consideration: 5/-
Witness: Thomas OKEY

[no title]  D3117/3355  25 March 1803

Contents:
Release
(1) John Boles WATSON of Cheltenham, gent; Henrietta his wife
(2) Charles BONNOR of Glouc. city, brazier
(3) John VERNON of Glouc. city, butcher
Two messuages, garden and brewhouse in parish of Holy Trinity, Westgate St, plan included
Consideration: £210
Witness: Thomas OKEY

[no title]  D3117/3356  3 February 1816

Contents:
Mortgage by appointment & demise
(1) Charles BONNOR of Glouc. city, brazier
(2) John VERNON, formerly of Glouc. city, butcher, now of Arlingham, farmer
(3) Thomas SMITH of Cawdle Green, Brimpsfield, gent
Messuage, garden and brewhouse, and extensive workshops, warehouses and premises newly built by Charles BONNOR, formerly two messuages of HEWLETT and MURRELL in Westgate St.
Term: 1000 years
Rent: peppercorn
Principal: £120
Witnesses: Robert HULLS, Benjamin BONNOR

[no title]  D3117/3357  9 April 1830

Contents:
Release
(1) Charles BONNOR of Glouc. city, auctioneer
James BUCHANAN, of Glouc. city, gent
(2) Benjamin BONNOR, of Glouc. city, gent
(3) Edward WASHBOURN, of Glouc. city, gent
Messuage, yard and brewhouse in the parish of Holy Trinity, Westgate Street
Consideration: Promises that legal estate should be vested in (2), and 5/-
Witnesses: John B. RATCLIFFE, clerk to Edward WASHBOURN, sol. Glouc., James CRUTCETT, clerk to BONNOR, attorney, Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/3358  12 April 1830

Contents:
Mortgage
(1) Benjamin BONNOR of Glouc. city, gent
(2) Charles BONNOR, of Glouc. city, auctioneer
(3) Anthony BUBB, esq. of Whitcombe Court, Badgeworth
Two messuages, yard, brewhouse in parish of Holy Trinity, Westgate Street
Principal: £1200
Witnesses: Edward WASHBOURN, sol. Glouc., W.S. RATCLIFFE, his clerk

[no title]  D3117/3359  11 April 1836

Contents:
Lease
(1) Benjamin BONNOR of Glouc. city, gent
(2) Anthony BUBB Esq. of Whitcombe Court, Badgworth
Messuage, yard & brewhouse in the parish of Holy Trinity, Westgate Street, recently rebuilt by Lewis BRYANT
Term: a year
Consideration: 5/-
Witnesses: Edward WASHBOURN, J.B. RATCLIFFE

[no title]  D3117/3360  24 May 1839

Contents:
Lease and Mortgage bond
(1) Benjamin BONNOR of Glouc. city, gent
(2) Ann MELSOM, of Glouc. city, widow
Freehold messuage, shop and warehouse on N side of Westgate St., devised to (1) by will of Charles BONNOR, auctioneer
25 May 1839
Mortgage Bond
Parties as above
Condition: payment of £700 on 25 November
Consideration: £1700
Witness: H. THOMPSON, clerk to BONNOR

[no title]  D3117/3361  25 May 1839

Contents:
Mortgage in fee
(1) Benjamin BONNOR of Glouc. city, gent
(2) Ann MELSOM, widow, of Glouc. city
Newly built freehold messuage shop and warehouse on N. of Westgate Street, in parish of Holy Trinity
Principal: £700
Witness: John MELSOM, of Glouc., grocer

[no title]  D3117/3362  19 May 1841

Contents:
Lease
(1) Anthony BUBB of Whitcombe Court, Badgworth
Ann MELSOM, widow, of Glouc. city
William WASHBOURN, of Glouc. city, wine merchant
Nathaniel WASHBOURN, of Glouc. city, draper
(2) John MELSOM of Glouc. city, grocer
Messuage, yard and brewhouse in the parish of Holy Trinity, Westgate St., plan in release
Term: a year
Consideration: 5/-
Witnesses: Edmund N. DEAN; A.B. CACKFORD

[no title]  D3117/3363  20 May 1841

Contents:
Release and Assignment of Term
(1) Anthony BUBB esq. of Whitcombe Court, Badgeworth
(2) Ann MELSOM, widow, of Glouc. city
(3) Freeman PADMORE of Cheltenham, gent; Harrison PADMORE of Glouc. city, gent
(4) John BONNOR of Down Cottage, Middx.
(5) William WASHBOURNE of Glouc. city, wine merchant, Nathaniel WASHBOURNE, of Glouc. city, draper
(6) Benjamin BONNOR of Glouc. city, gent
(7) John MELSOM of Glouc. city, grocer
(8) Thomas SMITH; Andrew SMITH of Eastington, tailors, executors of Henry SMITH, deceased
(9) Edward WASHBOURNE of Glouc. city, gent
Messuage, yard and brewhouse in parish of Holy Trinity, Westgate St, good plan included, and schedule 1803-1816
Term: 1000 years
Consideration: £1275-6-0 and 10/-
Witnesses: A. BLACKFORD, clerk to WASHBOURN, B. BONNOR, junior

[no title]  D3117/3364  20 May 1841

Contents:
Lease
(1) Ann MELSOM, widow, of Glouc. city
Ann MELSOM, spinster, of Gloucester
John MELSOM of Gloucester, grocer
Joseph ROBERTS of Gloucester, gent
(2) William STEPHENS of Gloucester, brazier
Messuage, yard and garden in the parish of St. Mary de Crypt (Bellman's Lane pencilled above) now occupied by James BRETHERTON; messuage of Thomas Lewis POOLE in E; land of Miss GOODYAR on S; Bellman's lane on N; land of William GWINNETT on W, and also a piece of land in Barton St, and property in the parish of Holy Trinity, Westgate St.
Term: a year
Consideration: 5/-
Witnesses: Joseph ROBERTS, junior, A. BLACKFORD, James H. DOWLING

[no title]  D3117/3365  21 May 1841

Contents:
Mortgage by release and Assignment of Terms
(1) Ann MELSOM, widow, of Glouc. city
(2) Ann MELSON, spinster, of Glouc. city
(3) Ann MELSOM, of Glouc. city, grocer
(4) Joseph ROBERTS, of Glouc. city, gent
(5) Edward WASHBOURNE, of Glouc., gent
(6) William STEPHENS, of Glouc., brazier
(7) Edward Samuel DOWLING of Bristol city, druggist
Messuage and garden in Bellman's Lane, St. Mary de Crypt parish, lane on N occupied by Thos. Lewis POOLE.
A piece of land fronting Wotton and the Windmill Fields (20 x 27 feet).
A piece of land fronting Barton Street and a messuage built by Chas. M., also right of road, specified
Messuage, brewhouse and yard in parish of Holy Trinity, Westgate St., also mortgage debt of £700 on property, and messuage including warehouse conveyed to Ann MELSOM 24 & 25 May 1839
Terms: 500 years, 1000 years and 1000 years
Consideration: £1960
Witnesses: A. BLACKFORD, clerk to WASHBOURNE sol. Glouc., Joseph ROBERTS, junior; Janet H. DOWLING

[no title]  D3117/3366  29 September 1851

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Thomas JEW of Glouc. city, bookseller and stationer
William MANN, of Glouc. city, silversmith and jeweller
(2) Mary Ann STEPHENS, widow, of Glouc. city
(3) John STEPHENS, of Glouc. city, brushmaker
(4) William Bradley GEORGE, of Glouc. city, gent
(5) Edward Samuel DOWLING, formerly of Bristol, now of Cotham Park, gent
(6) Charles CLARK of Glouc. city, tea dealer
Messuage, yard, brewhouse in the parish of Holy Trinity, Westgate Street, good plan included
Consideration: £1550 total
Witnesses: James BRETHERTON, sol. Glouc.; E. KETHRO, clerk to DOWLING, sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/3367  2 July 1852

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) John BONNOR, formerly of Cheltenham, now of the New North Road, Middx., ironmonger, Elizabeth, his wife
(2) Freeman PADMORE of Saint Heliers, Jersey, gent
Harrison PADMORE of Saint Heliers, Jersey, gent, assignees of (1) under threat of bankruptcy
(3) William WASHBOURNE of Glouc. city, wine merchant
Nathaniel WASHBOURNE, of Glouc. city, draper, creditors, assignees of Benjamin BONNOR, formerly of Glouc. city, money scrivener, dealer and chapman, a bankrupt
(4) Joseph Harper YEEND of Glouc. city, ship chandler
(5) James BRETHERTON, of Glouc. city, gent
Messuage, garden, warehouse and workshop in "Playhouse Passage" parish of Holy Trinity, Westgate Street, messuage of MELSOME on S, garden of Benjamin D'Israeli on N; theatre on the E. Schedule 1803 included
Consideration: £300 see also D3364
Witnesses: James BRETHERTON, sol. Glouc., George E. EVANS, of Jersey, sol. Joseph KINGSLEY, ditto, his clerk; S.E. TUCKER, clerk to WASHBOURN, sol. Glouc., Thos. JEFFERSON of Bristol

[no title]  D3117/3368  9 April 1860

Contents:
Probate
(1) Hannah MANN, spinster of Glouc. city, testator
(2) Martha THORNBURY, sister of testator
(3) William UNDERWOOD of Barton St. gent, executor
(4) Margaret Ann THORNBURY, John James THORNBURY, niece & nephew of testator
Will made 13 October 1856
Will sworn under £300
Witnesses: A.G. JONES, sol. Glouc; J.C. RICHARDS, his clerk

[no title]  D3117/3402  20 March 1848

Contents:
Lease
(1) Henry MARSHALL of Princes St. Bank, London, gent
(2) William ROBERTS and William CURTIS, both of Glouc. city, grocers and tea dealers
Messuage, shop, warehouses and premises in Westgate St. & Berkeley St. occupied by (2); various landlord tenant agreements
Rent: £65 a year
Term: 7 years
Witnesses: R.R. HORNER, sol. Glouc.; William HELPS, junior, of Princes St. Bank, London, gent

[no title]  D3117/3403  25 June 1846

Contents:
Probate of will
(1) Thomas CURTIS of Glouc. city, coal merchant, testator
(2) Ann CURTIS, wife, and executrix appointed
Will made 16 December 1845
Stock in trust and real estate. Will sworn under £1500
Witnesses: John ELLIOTT, sol. Glouc.; Thomas Phillpotts BROWN, his clerk, Thomas EVANS, surrogate

[no title]  D3117/3404  15 April 1867

Contents:
Probate of will
(1) Ann CURTIS, widow of Glouc. city, testator
(2) Joseph CURTIS, George CURTIS (sons)
(3) William HARRIS of Barbican House, machinist
Frederick Collett NEWMAN of Glouc. city, draper, executors appointed
(4) Esther CURTIS, Ann PAYNE (daughters)
Will made 17 October 1861
Freehold house in Southgate Street, parish of St. Owen, four freehold houses in "the Island", will sworn under £300
Witness: Esther TUCKER, widow, 6 Island, Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/3712  30 March 1826

Contents:
Probate of will
(1) Joseph WAUGH formerly of Glouc. city, now of Stroud, victualler (testator)
(2) Esther ROWLES, wife of James ROWLES of Stroud, timber merchant (beneficiary and sole executrix appointed)
Will made 30 December 1825
Probate sworn under £800
Leasehold premises in Westgate Street tenanted by William CREED; and leasehold messuages in Silver Street, Stroud, occupied by George WEBBER and Mary CLARK
Note attached that Mr. ROWLES surrendered lease of Mayor and Burgesses of Gloucester to (1) above to get it renewed 24 October 1836
Witnesses: Henry HAWKINS, sol. Stroud; Thomas ESSINGTON of Stroud; John ESSINGTON of Stroud

[no title]  D3117/3714  27 August 1844

Contents:
Probate of will
(1) Esther ROWLES of Stroud, widow of Jas. ROWLES, timber merchant deceased (testator)
(2) James HOOPER of Glouc. city, grocer (brother-in-law) executor appointed
(3) Mark HOLDER (brother)
(4) Elizabeth SERJEANT, Hannah HALL (nieces)
Will made 10 July 1843; probate sworn under £450
Three newly built messuages near the Foreign Bridge, in the parish of St. Nicholas leased off the Corporation
Witnesses: Jane WHITING, servant to Mrs. ROWLES Henry HAWKINS, sol. of Stroud

[no title]  D3117/3737  11 May 1753

Contents:
Lease
(1) John COOK formerly of Glouc. city, now of Carnaby Market, Westminster, butcher (only son and heir of J. COOK, senior, of Glouc. city)
(2) George MOORE of Glouc. city, butcher
Messuage with a kitchen and backyard on the south side of Westgate Street in the parish of St. Mary de Grace, property formerly held with the messuage in which James ELLY, gent, formerly lived, i.e., messuage immediately to N. described D3117/3738
Rent: peppercorn
Term: a year
Consideration: 5/-
Witnesses: Robert B. FREEMAN; Joseph WARRICKER

[no title]  D3117/3738  30 September 1788

Contents:
Release
(1) Thomas WEAVER and Giles GREENAWAY both of Glouc. city, esqs. (devisees for the sale of property below)
(2) Rev. Thomas RUDGE of Glouc. city
Messuage and 2 stables in Westgate St. formerly in possession of James ELLY and his tenant John BAYLIS, woolstapler, afterwards held by Elizabeth QUINIOULT widow
Consideration: £405
Witnesses: Samuel WHITCOMBE; John SAUNDERS

[no title]  D3117/3739  29 September 1788

Contents:
Lease for a year refer release D3117/3738

[no title]  D3117/3740  24 June 1789

Contents:
Bond
(1) Rev. Thomas RUDGE of Glouc. city
(2) Rachel COMMELINE widow of Glouc. city
Bond to secure repayment of mortgage D3117/3741
Witnesses: Benjamin MUTLOW; Mary CLARK

[no title]  D3117/3741  24 June 1789

Contents:
Mortgage by demise
(1) Rev. Thomas RUDGE of Glouc. city
(2) Rachel COMMELINE, widow of Glouc. city
Property described D3117/3738 with fire insurance policy
Rent: peppercorn if demanded
Term: 1000 years
Witnesses: Benjamin MUTLOW; Mary CLARK

[no title]  D3117/3742  24 & 25 March 1790

Contents:
Lease for a year

[no title or date]  D3117/3743

Contents:
Release
(1) John Cotterell PRICE formerly of Glouc. city, now of London, surgeon (grandson and heir of Thomas PRICE of Glouc. city, stationer, deceased)
(2) George WASHBOURNE of Glouc. city, silversmith
John WASHBOURNE junior (younger son of G. WASHBOURNE and Mary his wife nee ROOKE devisee of Sarah PRICE)
Messuage and brewhouse on the S. side of Westgate Street immediately to the W. of Mercers Entry with property James ELLY on the S and W
Consideration: £300
Witnesses: Walter HILL of Grays Inn; Samuel GOTT, his clerk; Samuel WHITCOMBE; William GRIFFITH

[no title]  D3117/3744  23 December 1797

Contents:
Feoffment and Assignment of Mortgage Term to Attend the Inheritance
(1) Rachel COMMELINE of Glouc. city, widow
(2) Rev. Thomas RUDGE of Glouc. city
(3) Charlotte PIERREPONT of the same place, widow
(4) William BISHOP of Glouc. city, grocer
Property described D3117/3738
Term: (of the assignment) residue of 1000 years, refer D3117/3741
Consideration: £370; and consideration of assignment £400 and 5/-
Witnesses: Thomas COMMELINE; Benjamin MUTLOW; John PHILLPOTTS, junior

[no title]  D3117/3745 - 3746  9 & 10 May 1798

Contents:
Lease for a year and Release
(1) George WASHBOURN of Glouc. city, silversmith
John WASHBOURN, mercer, younger son of G. WASHBOURN
(2) John WASHBOURN of Glouc. city, stationer
John CARELESS of Newent, tallow chandler and soapboiler
Property in Westgate St. described D3117/3742 and D3117/3743
Consideration: 5/- and £420
Witnesses: William SPILSBURY; Charles SPILSBURY; William Read KING

[no title]  D3117/3747  Hilary Term 419.III (1801)

Contents:
Right hand indenture of fine
(1) William HAVILAND; Thomas SPIER, gents. (petents)
(2) Samuel JONES and Anne his wife (deforciantes)
Two messuages, 2 shops, 4 curtilages, 2 gardens and an acre of land in the parish of St. Mary de Grace
Consideration: £200

[no title]  D3117/3748  30 June 1801

Contents:
Feoffment in trust
(1) Charlotte PIERREPONT of Glouc. city, widow
(2) Samuel JONES of Glouc. city, brushmaker
(3) John MOUNTAIN of Glouc. city, grocer
Property described D3117/3738 in Westgate St. to be held in trust for (2)
Consideration: £840
Witnesses: John PHILLPOTTS, junior, attorney of Glouc.; J(?) ANDREWS and John E. ANDREWS, both of Glouc. city and tenants of the property

[no title]  D3117/3749  18 November 1801

Contents:
Feoffment in trust
(1) John WASHBOURN of Glouc. city, stationer
John CARELESS of Newent, soap boiler and tallow chandler
(2) Samuel JONES of Glouc. City, brushmaker
(3) John MOUNTAIN of Glouc. city, grocer
Property in Westgate St. described D3117/3742 and D3117/3743 to be held in trust for (2). Note of livery of seizin by Thomas SMITH, attorney, endorsed
Consideration: £420
Witnesses: John PHILLPOTTS, junior; Samuel WOOD

[no title]  D3117/3751 - 3752  23 & 24 June 1837

Contents:
Lease for a year and Release
(1) William BISHOP of St. Arvans, Co. Mon, gent
(2) Samuel JONES, esq. of Glouc.
(3) Samuel JONES, junior; George JONES, both of Glouc. City, brushmakers
(4) Anthony Gilbert JONES of Glouc. city, gent
All property in Westgate St. described D3117/3738
Consideration: 5/- and 10/-
Witnesses: Maria JONES; John BISHOP; John Charles RICHARDS, clerk to A.G. JONES, sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/3753  11 December 1850

Contents:
Will (copy)
(1) George JONES of Glouc. city, brush manufacturer
(2) Anna Juliana JONES (wife)
(3) William Brown CLEGRAM (brother-in-law)
(4) Samuel JONES and Anthony Gilbert JONES (brothers)
Will proved at London 26 October 1854
Brick and tile works at Llanthony; estate otherwise unspecified
Witnesses: J. C. RICHARDS, J. BUCHANAN, clerks to A.G. JONES, sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/3754  1 August 1844

Contents:
Will (copy)
(1) Samuel JONES of Glouc. city, brush manufacturer
(2) Anthony Gilbert JONES (brother)
(3) William Brown CLEGRAM (brother-in-law)
(4) George JONES (brother)
Will proved 20 April 1866 at London
Estate unspecified
Witnesses: John Charles RICHARDS; Henry KNIGHT

[no title]  D3117/3755  30 May 1866

Contents:
Lease (counterpart)
(1) William Brown CLEGRAM Esq. of Saul Lodge, Co. Glouc.; Anthony Gilbert JONES of Glouc. city, gent (the trustees and executors of Samuel JONES of Fretherne Lodge, gent)
(2) W.B. CLEGRAM and A.G. JONES of Glouc. city, aforesaid, trustees of the will of George JONES of Glouc. city, deceased
Messuage, shop and fixtures being no. 6 Westgate St. with printing office, court and garden nearbye and use of passage from the street; also upper floor of a warehouse nearbye connected by a covered bridge. Schedule of shop fixtures included
Term: 20 years
Rent: £115 till 1865 afterwards £140
Witness: J. C. RICHARDS, sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/3755a  20 April 1882

Contents:
Death Certificate
(1) Robert LOGAN of 6 Westgate Street, tobacconist (deceased)
(2) Sarah LOGAN of the same place (widow)
Witness: John James Thomas PACKER, Deputy Registrar

[no title]  D3117/3785  19 September 1863

Contents:
Marriage Settlement
(1) Sarah HORNER of Glouc. city, widow, hosier and dealer in Berlin Wool
(2) Thomas Robert MAYNARD of Glouc. city, confectioner
(3) Edwin THOMAS of College Green, gent
Household goods, assurance policy for £300
Consideration: intended marriage of (1) to (2)
Witness: Charles E.B. SMALLBRIDGE, 6 College Green

[no title]  D3117/3786  26 April 1880

Contents:
Deed of Separation
(1) Thomas Robert MAYNARD of Glouc. city, hosier and outfitter
(2) Sarah MAYNARD, his wife
(3) Thomas BROWN, 29 High St. Worcester, draper
Deed of separation re persons and property of parties; clause that (1) shall hold in trust for residue of term hereditaments described in indenture of 26 July 1877

[no title or date]  D3117/3786

Contents:
Receipt by (1) for assets of hosier and outfitting business in Westgate Street
Direction by (1) not to use his name for credit

[no title]  D3117/3848  30 July 1838

Contents:
Probate of will and codicil
(1) Thomas MITCHELL of Westgate St. tailor
(2) William WHEELER of Glouc. City, draper
William Viner ELLIS of Glouc. City, gent (trustees and joint executors appointed)
(3) Anne MITCHELL (wife and joint executor)
Will made 5 March 1838
Codicil dated 8 March 1838
Probate sworn under £600
Messuage and premises in Westgate Street; 8 messuages in Brothers Place; Insurance Policy
Witnesses: John ELLIOTT, sol. Glouc.; William PROBERT, shoemaker, Glouc.; J. CALTON; George TOOBY

[no title]  D3117/3858  12 May 1714

Contents:
Mortgage by assignment
(1) John WINTLE of Glouc. City
(2) John GREGORY of Glouc. city, mercer, and Hester his wife (one of the daughters of Katherine COXE of Glouc. city, widow)
(3) John ILES of Chalford, gent; Nathaniel ILES of Ebley, gent; Thomas MATTHEWS of Glouc. City, gent, (trustees and devisees of the will of Katherine COXE
(4) Thomas HORDE, Esq. of Coate, Oxford
Messuages known by the name of the Fountaine on S. side of Elbridge als. Westgate St, with all rights and appurts. in occupation of Margaret VAUGHAN, widow, James BAKER, butcher, Thomas PEMBRUGE, chandler and others
Note endorsed that deed produced in Chancery Case 1719 William BLANCH v. John GREGORY
Term: residue of 30 years
Principal: £250
Witnesses: Nathaniel LYE; Nathaniel LYE junior; John PARSONS; George COWCHER; Thomas STEPHENS

[no title]  D3117/3859  4 May 1717

Contents:
Mortgage by assignment
(1) Mary HORDE, widow and executrix of Thomas HORDE of Coate Co. Oxford
(2) John GREGORY of Glouc. city, mercer, and Hester his wife (one of the daughters of Katherine COX of Glouc. city, widow)
(3) John ILES Esq. of Chalford; Nathaniel ILES of Ebley, gent; Thomas MATHEWS of Glouc. city, gent (trustees and devisees of Katherine COX)
Messuages and appurts. known as the Fountaine on S. side of Elbridge als. Westgate St.
Terms: residue of 30 and 500 years
Principal: £250
Witnesses: John PARSONS; Thomas RATCLIFF, George COWCHER; Thomas STEPHENS; Benjamin CRAYKER; J. CASTLEMAN; John CASTELMAN; A. CASTELMAN

[no title]  D3117/3860  19 November 1717

Contents:
Quit claim and deed of trusts
(1) John GREGORY of Glouc. City, mercer, and Hester his wife (one of the daughters of Katherine COX of the city and executrix of John COX of Glouc. city, gent)
(2) John ILES of Chalford; Thomas MATTHEWS of Glouc. city, gent; Peter HAYNES of Glouc. city, gent.
The Fountaine, refer D3117/3858-9, in Westgate St; the Golden Fleece; messuages near Church End, Eastgate St. called the Greyhound; and messuages near the Kings Board in the city (all property held by lease off the Dean and Chapter)
Consideration: administration of property by the trustees in order to raise £250 principal on mortgage to be paid to Anne HYETT; and also payment of debts under will of K.C. owing to Rebekah ELMES
Witnesses: Nathaniel LYE; Thomas RATCLIFF

[no title]  D3117/3875  3 April 1722

Contents:
Lease
(1) Daniel LYSONS Esq. of Hempstead; Thomas BARROW, Esq. of Field Court, Peter HAYNES of Glouc. City, grocer
(2) John ELLIS of Glouc. city, ironmonger
The Sun Tavern recently converted to a private house and malthouse in the parish of St. Nicholas, formerly occupied by Elizabeth THOMPSON widow
Rent: peppercorn
Term: a year
Consideration: 5/-
Witnesses: Daniel LYSONS, junior, Edward JAMES

[no title]  D3117/3882  14 August 1744

Contents:
Lease
(1) Lawrence SINGLETON of London City, druggist (eldest son and heir of Luke SINGLETON of the same place, stationer, deceased, and grandson of Lawrence SINGLETON, an alderman of Glouc. city, who was the surviving feoffee of property below); Thomas BOND of St. Nicholas parish, baker; William BUCKLEY of the same place, trowman; John MIDDLETON of the same place, maltster; Benjamin WEBB of the same place, maltster (Churchwardens and Overseers of St. Nicholas parish)
(2) William ROBERTS of St. Nicholas parish, carpenter
Messuage, malthouse, garden in the parish of St. Nicholas on the N. side of Westgate St. formerly occupied by John COX distiller as assignee of Mary RICH, widow who held the property in trust off (1) for term unexpired
Rent: £9 a year to the churchwardens and overseers
Term: 50 years
Witnesses: Ellis TAYLOR, John JAMES, Peter HAYNES, Thomas PORTER, Thomas BINGHAM, Thomas WADLEY, George COWCHER, Nathaniel SAUNDERS, John PORTER

[no title]  D3117/3912  10 April 1570

Contents:
Right hand indenture of fine
(1) Thomas MACHYN (querent)
(2) Richard ARDEN and Alice his wife (deforciants)
One messuage, one toft, one garden with appurts. in Glouc. City. Refer D3117/3914
Consideration: £40

[no title]  D3117/3913  7 October 1631

Contents:
Left and right hand indentures of fine
(1) James MACHEN (querent)
(2) Edward MACHEN, knight, and Francis his wife (deforciants)
Three messuages with appurts. in Glouc. City, refer D3117/3914
Consideration: £100

[no title]  D3117/3914  27 July 1632

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) James MACHYN of Glouc. City, mercer
(2) Edward NOURSE, Esq. of Glouc. City
Two messuages in Holy Trinity parish, near the church, street on S (Westgate St?) tenement of Dean & Chapter occupied by Thomas HARVEY, gent, on N; tenement occupied by Richard TAYLER, curryer and Abbey, Minster, or Colledge Lane on W. One of messuages held Samuel BAVE, doctor, formerly by Robert WHITTINGTON, the other held by Samuel PITT, pynner. Also the sign of the Plough Inn in Smyth St. occupied by Wm. Hutchins to S. of a tenement of Naboth BULLOCK
Witnesses: Ann MADOCK, Richard KINGE, Mary NORS

[no title]  D3117/3915  15 days from Easter 1633

Contents:
Left & right hand indenture of fine
(1) Edward NURSE, knight (querent)
(2) James MACHEN & Katherine his wife (deforciants)
Three messuages with appurts. in Glouc. city, refer D3117/3914
Consideration: £100

[no title]  D3117/3916  20 September 1678

Contents:
Lease (counterpart)
(1) Henry NOURSE Esq. of Glouc. City
(2) George BROAD of Glouc. City, mercer
Messuage in the parish of Holy Trinity with household goods, schedule attached
Rent: £11 a year and 2 capons or 5/-; tenant to pay ship money
Term: 21 years
Witnesses: Thomas PEARCE; Walter FORTUNE; Catherine WEDGEWOOD, all of Glouc. city

[no title]  D3117/3917  2 & 3 February 1705

Contents:
Lease, release and fine
(1) Edward COOKE, Esq. of Highnam; Rt. Hon. Charles, Earl of WINCHELSEA and the Lady Sarah his wife (daughter of Henry NOURSE of Woodlands, Mildenhall, Wilts.); Philip HERBERT of Westminster and the Rt. Hon. Marianne HERBERT his wife
(2) Samuel COCKERELL of Gloucester, gent
Three messuages in Westgate and Smith Streets, described D3117/3914, including the Plough Inn
Consideration: £279
Witnesses: Robert COOKE, Stephen COOKE, Richard ROBINS

[no title]  D3117/3918  24 June 1707

Contents:
Release
(1) Samuel COCKERELL of Glouc. city, gent
(2) Elizabeth MASON of Glouc. city, widow
Messuage with 2 shops tenanted by William STIRT, fishmonger, in Holy Trinity parish on the south side of the street (Westgate St.?); refer D3117/3914
Rent: 5/- a year
Consideration: £95
Witnesses: William BUBB; Elizabeth BUBB; Ephraim HIGGINS

[no title]  D3117/3919  1 & 2 September 1708

Contents:
Lease & release
(1) Samuel COCKERELL of Glouc. City, gent
(2) Thomas CARILL of Glouc. city, hosier
Tenement with appurts. in Holy Trinity, occupied by -. MARDEN, widow, extending from College Lane on W, to a tenement recently sold by (1) to Elizabeth MASON, widow on the E, with all waste ground
Consideration: 5/- and £200
Witnesses: Thomas STEPHENS; Robert MOORE

[no title]  D3117/3920  13 September 1708

Contents:
Mortgage by demise (and counterpart)
(1) Thomas CARILL of Glouc. City, hosier
(2) Robert MOORE of Glouc. City, gent
Messuage described in D3117/3919
Term: 1000 years
Consideration: Thomas STEPHENS; Samuel COCKERELL

[no title]  D3117/3921  19 February 1731

Contents:
Marriage Settlement (counterpart)
(1) Thomas CARILL, alderman of Glouc.; (only son of (1))
(2) John CARILL of Glouc. city, hosier, and Elizabeth his wife
(3) Somersett JONES of Tiddenham, clerk
William BULLOCK, Citizen and haberdasher of London
Messuage in Holy Trinity parish described in indentures D3117/3919
Consideration: natural love and affection and marriage of (2)
Witnesses: Elizabeth CARILL; John SWANLEY; William MOOR (or MOOS)

[no title]  D3117/3922  8 November 1743

Contents:
Mortgage by demise
(1) John CARILL of Glouc. City, hosier
(2) Grace SAYER of Glouc. City, widow
Messuage and garden in Holy Trinity, formerly occupied by -- MARDEN, widow, refer indentures D3117/3419
Term: 500 years
Principal: £100
Witnesses: Richard WEEKIN; Edith PHILLIPPS

[no title]  D3117/3923  8 July 1754

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage term and Reassignment 11 Oct. 1760
(1) Rev. Samuel SEYER of Bristol City, (son and administrator of Grace S. of Glouc. City)
(2) John CARILL of Glouc. city, hosier
(3) Charles BARROW Esq. of Glouc. City
Tenement with courtyard and appurts. in Holy Trinity, refer indenture D3117/3919.
Reassignment to Thomas ROGERS of Glouc. City, sadler
Rent: peppercorn
Term: residue of 500 years
Principal: £200
Witnesses: Elizabeth FOX; William HOLDER; Richard HAYNES, Edmund PHILLIPPS

[no title]  D3117/3924  25 January 1773

Contents:
Assignment of Mortgage to attend Inheritance
(1) Thomas ROGERS of Glouc. City, gent
(2) Thomas WENT of Uley, clothier, executor of Samuel WENT of Uley, clothier
(3) Ann WENT of Uley, spinster (daughter and devisee of S.W.
(4) William TROTMAN of Uley, maltster
Messuage, courtyard and appurts. in the parish of Holy Trinity, refer indentures 1 & 2 Sept. 1708 (D3117/3919)
Term: 500 years
Consideration: 5/- and trust
Witnesses: G. GREENAWAY; William VIZARD, William LONG

[no title]  D3117/3925  26 May 1781

Contents:
Assignment of Mortgage to attend inheritance
(1) William TROTMAN of Uley, maltster
(2) Samuel WENT of Uley, maltster and Anne his wife, nee WENT
(3) Thomas HARMAR of Glouc. City, hosier
(4) Joseph BOUGHTON of Broadoak, Westbury-upon-Severn, gent
Property in Holy Trinity described D3117/3919 with Quit rent of 5/-
Terms: residue of 500 and 500 years
Consideration: 5/-
Witnesses: John Skinner STOCK; T. PRICE; Mary HARMAR, Thomas WENT

[no title]  D3117/3926  Day after Holy Trinity 1802

Contents:
Left and right hand indentures of fine
(1) George WATSON (petent)
(2) John WATSON and Alice his wife (deforciants)
One messuage and 5/- shillings quit rent in the parish of Holy Trinity refer D3117/3925
Consideration: £120

[no title]  D3117/3942  18 November 1700

Contents:
Lease
(1) The Dean and Chapter of Glouc.
(2) Benjamin HYETT of Glouc. City, gent
Two little tenements converted into one with appurts. in Westgate St, St. Nicholas Parish, between lands of (2) on E; tenement of John SMART on W; king's highway on S (15 x 7 yards) also orchard in St. Nicholas parish between Dockam on W and garden ground occupied by Gabriell HARRIS on E & S. orchard of Wm. DAY on N
Rent: 20/-, 16/- for tenement
Term: 40 years

[no title]  D3117/3943  28 January 1874

Contents:
Particulars and plans (printed) of Sale
No. 44 Westgate St. [...] This lot is wrongly sited or plan (ex. inf. B. Drake 21/4/70), 6 freehold messuage in Guinea St, St. Mary de Lode; leasehold house occupied by Edmund BOUGHTON in Wotton; 2 freehold tenements in Dog Lane, South Hamlet; freehold house with gardens, lawns, stabling, coach-man's cottage and 6 acres of pasture, called Wotton Lodge; capital messuage called Eastgate House; leasehold house in Berkeley St., occupied by T. SMITH, solicitor, 4a 2 roods of land adjoining river at Tirley, occupied by John POYTRESS. Plan showing Gloucester city property, also drawing and plan of Wotton Lodge

[no title]  D3117/3969  25 March 1769

Contents:
Marriage settlement
(1) Edward DRIVER of Glouc. City, gent
(2) Anne HAYWARD of Forthampton, spinster
(3) Hopewell HAYWARD of Forthampton, gent, brother of (2); Richardson PEYTON of Glouc. city, jeweller
Messuage with court, brewhouse, garden, stable and appurts. in Westgate street, Holy Trinity, messuage of Rev. COMMELINE on one side; messuage of William HUMPHERIS, butcher, on the other side
Witnesses: Elizabeth SKILLICORNE, junior; Martha HAYWARD

[no title]  D3117/4035  14 March 1840

Contents:
Assignment of lease
(1) Thomas MACLEAN of Gloucester, provision merchant
(2) William POWELL, now of South Hamlet, gentleman
(3) John POWELL of Longford, gent
Capital messuage or Mansion House with outbuildings, stables and appurtenances in the parish of St. Nicholas; malthouse and cellar adjoining; 2 cottages adjoining the back part of St. Nicholas Church; yard and small garden in front
Term: Remainder of 21 years
Consideration: Covenants agreed upon, and 5/-
Witness: Wm. Viner ELLIS, sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/4085  3 March 1832

Contents:
Administration with will annexed
(1) James BUBB (testator)
(2) Sarah Abiah COMBY living near Gloucester (formerly servant of (1))
(3) Henry WEBB of Gloucester (former servant)
(4) Richard Powel CHANDLER of Westgate St.
(5) Gustavus TIFFIN of Boulogne Sur Mer; Samuel STEVENS of the same place
Property, unspecified, in Newent and Gloucester city
Probate sworn under £2,000
Will made 14 February 1832
Witnesses: James BUBB; Gustavus TIFFIN; Benjamin STEVENS; Benjamin STEPHENS, junior
Will returned to J. Cecil MABY, Brooke House, Frocester, Stonehouse

[no title]  D3117/4086  10 April 1799

Contents:
Lease
(1) Mayor and Burgesses of Glouc. city
(2) Grace BRETHERTON of Glouc. widow
Messuage on the S. side of Westgate Street, St. Nicholas parish, also a messuage and garden adjoining occupied by Ann MOY, spinster; the river Severn behind property
Rent: £2-8s
Term: 41 years
Witness: R. P. WILTON

[no title]  D3117/4087  3 October 1799

Contents:
Bargain and Sale
(1) Mayor and Burgesses of Gloucester
(2) Rt. Hon. William Lord Auckland; Rt. Hon. Sylvester Douglas, two of H.M. Commissioners
(3) Grace BRETHERTON of Glouc. City, widow
Tenements on S. side of Westgate St., refer D3117/4086
Consideration: £185-15-4
Witnesses: W. YOUNG, secretary; James ILES, his clerk

[no title]  D3117/4088  26 July 1813

Contents:
Lease
(1) William BUBB, Lieutenant in the Royal South Gloucester Regiment of Militia stationed at Bristol (devisee and residuary legatee of Grace BRETHERTON)
(2) James BUBB of Glouc. city, wine merchant
Property on S. side of Westgate St. described D3117/4086
Rent: peppercorn
Term: a year
Consideration: 5/-
Witnesses: Thomas OKEY, W. WHITTINGTON(?)

[no title]  D3117/4089  27 July 1813

Contents:
Release
(1) William BUBB, Lieutenant in the Royal South Gloucester Regiment of Militia stationed at Bristol (devisee and residuary legatee of Grace BRETHERTON)
(2) James BUBB of Glouc. city, wine merchant
Property on S. side of Westgate St. described D3117/4086
Consideration: £600
Witnesses: Thomas OKEY, W. WHITTINGTON(?)

[no title]  D3117/4090  28 July 1813

Contents:
Mortgage by demise
(1) James BUBB of Glouc. City, wine merchant
(2) William BUBB, Lieutenant in the Royal South Gloucester Regiment of Militia
Messuage on S. side of Westgate St; wall adjoining the Sugar House on W, tenement formerly occupied by Ann MOYE, spinster, now of William JORDAN on E, street on N, building or cellar on S
Term: 500 years
Principal: £600
Witnesses: William WHITTINGTON(?), Thomas OKEY

[no title]  D3117/4091  4 November 1813

Contents:
Covenant
(1) William BUBB, Lieutenant in the Royal South Gloucestershire Militia
(2) James BUBB of Glouc. City, wine merchant
Covenant to produce deed of 4 October 1799, refer D3117/4087
Consideration: 5/-
Witnesses: Thomas OKEY; Richard ALLEN, his clerk

[no title]  D3117/4092  14 July 1815

Contents:
Mortgage by demise
(1) James BUBB of Glouc. city, wine merchant
(2) Francis WILLIAMS, Esq. of Worcester city
Property described D3117/4090
Rent: peppercorn
Term: 1000 years
Principal: £600
Witnesses: Charles WOOD; Thomas LEWIS

[no title or date]  D3117/4093

Contents:
See Newent deeds D2957/212 (134) for lease to James BUBB of Glouc. city, wine merchant

[no title]  D3117/4094  24 June 1817

Contents:
Lease
(1) James BUBB of Glouc. city, wine merchant
(2) Richard Powell CHANDLER of Glouc. city, liquor merchant
Messuage, premises, courts, gardens, stable, wharf, called the Boot near Westgate Bridge; also tenement and appurts. adjoining occupied by Samuel ELLIOTT
Rent: £70
Term: 14 years
Witness: John BOWYER, attorney-at-law, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/4095  24 June 1817

Contents:
Lease
(1) James BUBB of Glouc. City, wine merchant
(2) Richard Powell CHANDLER of Glouc. city, liquor merchant
Property described D3117/4094 and D3117/4090, D3117/4086
Term: 14 years
Rent: £70
Witness: John BOWYER, attorney-at-law, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/4096  23 February 1863

Contents:
Mortgage and reconveyance
(1) Richard Powell CHANDLER of Upton St. Leonards, gent, and Martha CHANDLER, his wife
(2) Hester PEMBRIDGE of Glouc. city, spinster
Property called the Boot Inn, Westgate St, refer D3117/4095
Principal: £500
Witness: Frederick WOODCOCK, sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/4096  17 July 1871

Contents:
Reconveyance
(1) Charles LANGSTON of Russell Villas, Dulston, Middlesex, shoe and leather agent; John Edward TUCKER of Glouc. City, accountant (trustees of Hester PEMBRIDGE)
(2) Eliza WITCOMB of Hillfield Parade, Gloucester, widow, Martha CHANDLER and Mary CHANDLER of Upton St. Leonards, spinsters; Thomas CHANDLER of ----
Property called the Boot Inn, Westgate St, refer D3117/4095
Consideration: £500
Witnesses: Charles DUNLOP, master printer, Shoe Lane, London E.C., W. Piffe BROWN, sol. Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/4097  24 November 1870

Contents:
Deed of Gift
(1) Richard Powell CHANDLER of Upton St. Leonards, gent.
(2) Eliza WITCOMB of Hillfield parade, widow; Martha CHANDLER of Upton St. Leonards, spinster; Mary CHANDLER of Upton St. Leonards; Thomas CHANDLER of 17 Hampden Place, Gloucester
Boot Inn, refer D3117/4095
Consideration: natural love and affection
Witness: John P. WILTON

[no title]  D3117/4098  25 March 1879

Contents:
Grant
(1) Thomas CHANDLER of Ladybellgate St. gent.
(2) Eliza WITCOMB of Hillfield Parade, widow
One fourth share in Boot Inn property, refer D3117/4097, 4095
Consideration: £250
Witness: H. Wilton HAINES, sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/4118  28 September 1693

Contents:
Lease
(1) Thomas SEXTON of London, gent, son and heir of James SEXTON formerly of Kingsinton, co. Middlesex, gardner, and Sarah his wife, one of the daughters of Henry NORRIS of Glouc. City, gent, deceased
John JONES of Glouc. City, cook, son and heir of David JONES of London, fellmonger, and Sarah his wife, another daughter H.N.
John HALLETT of Glouc. city, victualler, and Susannah his wife, one of the sisters of T. SEXTON
Sarah SEXTON and Mary SEXTON, spinsters, the two other sisters of T. SEXTON
(2) Joseph WEBB of Glouc. city, woolcomber
Messuage in Ebury Streete als. Westgate St., between lands of the dissolved Monastery of St. Peter and lands belonging to the Hospital of St. Bartholomew, also court and garden; property occupied by James MARSHFIELD, John WOOD, John WITTCOMBE, John COCKS
Rent: peppercorn
Term: a year
Consideration: 5/-
Witnesses: Thomas FOWKE, Sarah NICOLSON, Edward MORSE of Dursley, Alice MORSE of Dursley

[no title]  D3117/4119  29 September 1693

Contents:
Release
Parties as in D3117/4118
Property as in D3117/4118
Consideration: £100
Witnesses: Edward MORSE, Alice MORSE of Dursley; William SANDERES

[no title]  D3117/4120  2 February 1714

Contents:
Lease
(1) William HAYNES of Glouc. City, mercer
(2) Joseph WEBB, now or late of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, America, merchant, son and heir of Joseph WEBB of Glouc. City, woolcomber, deceased
Property in Westgate St, described D3117/4118
Rent: peppercorn
Term: a year
Consideration: 5/-
Witnesses: William HAWARD; Samuel HENDY

[no title]  D3117/4121  3 February 1714

Contents:
Release
(1) William HAYNES of Glouc. city and Phoebe his wife
(2) Joseph WEBB, refer D3117/4120
Property described D3117/4118
Consideration: £160
Witnesses: as in D3117/4120

[no title]  D3117/4122  1 and 2 November 1714

Contents:
Lease and release
(1) Joseph WEBB of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, America, merchant, son and heir of Joseph WEBB of Glouc. City, woolcomber, deceased
(2) William HAYNES of Glouc. City, mercer
Property described D3117/4118, occupied by widow CHESTER, William WINDON, Margery LUGGE, Eliezer HATHWAY
Consideration: 5/-, £160
Witnesses: Post BELLS; William BELLS (or BELLE?)

[no title]  D3117/4123  19 and 20 October 1716

Contents:
Lease and Release
(1) Samuell NUTT, formerly of Coventry City, now of the Province of Pennsilvania, America, merchant
Joseph WEBB of Pensilvania, merchant, son and heir of Joseph WEBB of Glouc. City, maltster
(2) John LEA of Concord, co. Chester, Province of Pensilvania, yeoman, and Hannah his wife, sole executrix of the will of J. WEBB, the former husband of Hannah
(3) Nathaniell ALLEN of the City of Philadelphia, cooper, and Hannah his wife, one of the daughters of Joseph WEBB and Hannah
Edward PILKINGTON of Philadelphia, whitesmith, and Mary his wife, another of the daughters of J. WEBB and Hannah
(4) Robert FRAMPTON of Glouc. City, maltster
Messuage in Westgate Street divided into 4 small tenements refer D3117/4118. Affidavit by William BULL of Bristol, mariner, and Richard MAIRES of Bristol. Witnesses of signatures of the parties in England and America
Consideration: 5/- and £150
Witnesses: Richard MAIRES; William BULL

[no title]  D3117/4124  Easter Term 1718

Contents:
Left hand indenture of fine
(1) Edmund HUMPHREYS; Robert FRAMPTON, (petents)
(2) John LEA and Hannah his wife
Nathaniel ALLEN and Hannah his wife
Edward PILKINGTON and Mary his wife
Joseph WEBB, Samuel NUTT (deforciants)
Two messuages and appurtenances in St. Nicholas parish, Westgate St. refer D3117/4118
Consideration: £120

[no title]  D3117/4125  23 June 1724

Contents:
Lease
(1) Robert FRAMPTON of Glouc. City, maltster, and Elizabeth his wife
(2) Anthony FREEMAN of Glouc. City, gent
Messuage in Westgate St. occupied by (1) refer D3117/4118
Rent: peppercorn
Term: a year
Consideration: 5/-
Witnesses: Hester JAMES; William JONES

[no title]  D3117/4126  24 June 1724

Contents:
Release and covenant to levy fine
(1) Robert FRAMPTON of Glouc. City, maltster, and Elizabeth his wife
(2) Anthony FREEMAN of Glouc. City, gent
Messuage in Westgate St. occupied by (1) refer D3117/4118
Consideration: £330
Witnesses: Hester JAMES; William JONES

[no title]  D3117/4127  10 May 1725

Contents:
Grant of Pews
(1) Sir Henry PENRICE, knight, Doctor of Laws, Chancellor of the diocese of Gloucester
(2) Anthony FREEMAN, gent, Daniel PALLING, baker, both of St. Nicholas parish
Grant of faculty for holding one pew, formerly two, in the parish church of St. Nicholas

[no title]  D3117/4128  23 September 1747

Contents:
Will (copy)
(1) Anthony FREEMAN of Glouc. City, gent (testator)
(2) Mary FREEMAN (wife and sole executrixt appointed)
(3) Anthony FREEMAN, junior (son)
(4) William FENDALL of Glouc. City, surgeon; William JONES of Glouc. City, gent. (trustees appointed)
(5) Mary FREEMAN (daughter)
Leasehold messuage called the Trumpet with appurts. in the parish of St. Nicholas adjoining freehold messuage of (1); also a leasehold orchard called Coxe's Orchard adjoining; also money sums (£1000) and pictures etc.
Witnesses: C. WHEELER; William JONES, junior; Edward DRIVER

[no title]  D3117/4129  24 June 1765

Contents:
Mortgage by demise (copy dated 1801)
(1) William JONES of Tiddenham, co. Gloucs., son and heir of William JONES of Glouc. city, gent
(2) Anthony FREEMAN of Cheltenham, clerk, son and heir of Anthony FREEMAN of Glouc. city, gent, deceased
(3) Charles PAINE of Glouc. City, gent, and Mary, his wife, nee FREEMAN
(4) Sarah JENNER of Hasfield, widow
Freehold and leasehold property in the City of Glouc. described D3117/4128
Term: 1000 years
Principal: £1000 and 5/-
Witnesses: John CRUMP junior, of Glouc., James BETHELL junior, his servant; William NICCOLLS; John DELABERE; William TURNER (1801); Abell SMITH (1801)

[no title]  D3117/4130  18 June 1789

Contents:
Will (copy)
(1) Anthony FREEMAN of Cheltenham, clerk (testator)
(2) Mary FREEMAN (wife and sole executrix appointed)
(3) Rowland and Thomas FREEMAN (sons)
(4) John BUCKLE of Uckington, gent, Thomas HINDE of Cheltenham, surgeon, Edward TIMBRELL of Cheltenham, gent. (trustees appointed)
(5) Rebecca Elizabeth FREEMAN (daughters)
Three hundred and thirty pounds received by the testator upon the mortgage of an estate of Richard GREENING of Gretton; also household goods etc.
Witnesses: Thomas MARKHAM, Thomas CARPENTER, E. TIMBRELL

[no title]  D3117/4131  24 March 1796

Contents:
Assignment of Mortgage (copy dated 1801)
(1) William VINER esq. of Glouc. City, executor of Sarah JENNER, of Glouc., widow
(2) John BUTLER of Sandhurst, gent
All property described D3117/4128, Westgate Street. Refer D3117/4129
Term: residue of 1000 years
Consideration: £1000
Witnesses: Samuel RICKETTS; Henry MARKHAM; William TURNER (1801), Abel SMITH (1801)

[no title]  D3117/4132  21 March 1799

Contents:
Certificate for the Redemption of Land Tax (piece of certificate missing)
Messuage known as the Duke of Norfolk's Lodging, Westgate St., held by Mary FREEMAN

[no title]  D3117/4133  24 October 1799

Contents:
Conveyance (copy)
(1) Dean and Chapter of Gloucester
(2) Rt. Hon. William Lord Auckland, and Rt. Hon. Sylvester Douglas (two of H.M. Commissioners)
(3) Rowland FREEMAN, formerly of Stratford-upon-Avon, now of Cheltenham, apothecary
Messuage converted into 4 tenements with yards and gardens in Westgate Street and Dockham Lane; Dockham Lane on NW; Westgate St. on S. Property occupied by Rowland FREEMAN
Consideration: £152-11-8
Witnesses: W. YOUNG, secretary, James ILES, clerk; J. COWARD, William TURNER, Abel SMITH

[no title]  D3117/4134  21 June 1800

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Rowland FREEMAN of Cheltenham, apothecary
(2) John LEA of Glouc. City, cordwainer
Messuage converted into 4 tenements in Westgate St. and Dockham Lane. Refer D3117/4133
Consideration: £450 and 5/-
Witnesses: Charles COOKE; Thomas OKEY

[no title]  D3117/4135  22 and 23 June 1801

Contents:
Lease and Release (to lead to a Recovery. Refer D3117/4137)
(1) Mary FREEMAN of Cheltenham, widow
Rowland FREEMAN of Cheltenham, surgeon and apothecary
(2) Spencer Newcomb MEREDITH of Grays Inn, gent
(3) Thomas MARKHAM esq. of Nash, co. Glamorgan
Messuage and farm called Freeman's Farm, and lands (50 acres) all in Badgeworth, occupied by John WILKES; also messuage and garden (4 acres) adjoining at the Rea. Hempstead; also 4 acres of pasture at Minsterworth; also 3 acres of meadow in Minsterworth occupied by James BUTT; also the capital messuage with appurts. in the parish of St. Nicholas and known as Eagle Hall or the Spa House
Consideration: 5/- and 10/-
Witnesses: Abel SMITH; William TURNER; John PRICHARD, clerk to Messrs. HILL and MEREDITH, Grays Inn

[no title]  D3117/4136  16 October 1801

Contents:
Lease
(1) Mary FREEMAN of Cheltenham, widow
(2) Rowland FREEMAN of Cheltenham, surgeon and apothecary
(3) George Worrall COUNSEL of Glouc. City, gent
Capital stone fronted messuage called Eaglehall als. the Spa house, with a malt house, corn chambers, brewhouse, Cox's Orchard adjoining and appurtenances on the N. side of Westgate St. on the E. of a public house called the Royal Oak; a newly built messuage of Thomas COOK, corn factor on E.
Property formerly belonged to His Grace the Duke of Norfolk, afterward Thomas Bach NOTT, gent.
Rent: peppercorn
Term: a year
Consideration: 5/-
Witnesses: Theodore GWINNET; Abel SMITH

[no title]  D3117/4137  Trinity Term 1801

Contents:
Recovery
(1) Thomas MARKHAM esq. (demandant)
(2) Spencer Newcomb MEREDITH, gent (tenant-to-the-precipe)
(3) John MARTIN (tenant-in-tail)
(4) Rowland FREEMAN (vouchee)
(5) Walter HILL, George GRIFFITH, Richard BREMRIDGE, (attornies)
Two messuages, 2 gardens, 2 acres of land, and common of pasture for all cattle, with appurts. in the parish of St. Nicholas

[no title]  D3117/4138  17 October 1801

Contents:
Release and Assignment of Term
(1) Mary FREEMAN
(2) Rowland FREEMAN
(3) John BUTLER of Sandhurst, gent
(4) George Worrall COUNSEL
(5) William Cook WARD of Glouc. City, gent
Property: as in D3117/4137
Consideration: £735
Assignment of Term to protect inheritance in trust for George Worrall COUNSEL
Witnesses: Theodore GWINNETT; Abel SMITH; J. S. OLIVE; C. PARKER, clerks to COUNSEL, attorney, Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/4139  24 December 1802

Contents:
Feoffment
(1) George Worrall COUNSEL of Glouc. city, gent
(2) Margaret SMITH of Glouc. City, widow of William SMITH of Glouc. barge-owner
Property described D3117/4136
Consideration: £1050
Witnesses: Mary JACKSON; C. PARKER, junior

[no title]  D3117/4140  11 May 1805

Contents:
Feoffment
(1) George Worrall COUNSEL of Glouc. City, gent.
(2) Margaret SMITH of Glouc. City, widow
Cellar or tenement adjoining a malthouse of Thomas COOKE, extending under the parlour on E. side of the Spa House, purchased by (2), occupied by Peter Radley JACKSON
Consideration: £20
Witnesses: Mary JACKSON; Thomas CALLCOTT

[no title]  D3117/4141  31 March 1807

Contents:
Will (copy)
(1) Margaret SMITH of Glouc. City, widow (testator)
(2) Mary, wife of Peter Radley JACKSON (daughter)
(3) James JELF of Glouc. city, banker; William MONTAGUE of Glouc. City, iron merchant (trustees appointed)
Codicil dated 16 November 1807
Freehold and leasehold property in the city of Gloucester, rents and personal goods (unspecified) Refer D3117/4136
Witnesses: John PHILLPOTTS junior, Anne HARMER; Thomas SMITH, Charles POTTS; Richard KING

[no title]  D3117/4142  29 September 1809

Contents:
Lease (counterpart)
(1) James JELF esq. of Glouc. City
William MONTAGUE of Glouc. city, iron merchant, devisees in trust of Margaret SMITH of Glouc. City, widow
(2) Peter Radley JACKSON of Glouc. City, gent, and Mary his wife
(3) Richard Brown CHESTON of Glouc. City, doctor of physick
Messuage with outbuildings, yard, garden and appurtenances in Westgate Street. Refer D3117/4136
Rent: £100
Term: 10 years
Witnesses: John PHILLPOTTS junior; Thomas SMITH

[no title]  D3117/4143  28 and 29 August 1821

Contents:
Lease and Release
(1) William MONTAGUE and John PHILLPOTTS esquires, both of Glouc. City
(2) Mary JACKSON, wife of Peter Radley JACKSON of Wotton, gent
(3) William Owen JACKSON, gent, only son of (2)
(4) William Cook WARD of Glouc. City, gent
(5) Henry EDWARDS; Charles Spencer COPNER, both of Glouc. city, builders and co-partners
(6) Charles SPENCER of Glouc. City, builder
(7) John CHADBORN of Glouc. City, gent
Property in Westgate Street described D3117/4136, 4140
Consideration: £1520 and 10/-
Witnesses: John PHILLPOTTS junior; James ABELL, Walter CLUTTERBUCK; T. LEWIS, junior; William Guy(?) BOWER, James Northfield LOWE(?)

[no title]  D3117/4144  28 September 1829

Contents:
Lease
(1) Lindsey WINTERBOTHAM and Edward WEEDON both of Tewkesbury, gentlemen; Joseph HOBBS of Glouc. City, corn factor
(2) William JACKSON of Glouc. City, calenderer and calico glazier
Capital messuage described 1436, land adjoining and 8 separate cottages built by J. HOBBS, also right of way to premises through the yard of the Swan Inn
Rent: peppercorn
Term: a year
Consideration: 5/-
Witnesses: Benjamin THOMAS; Thomas Fenn ADDISON

[no title]  D3117/4144A  29 September 1829

Contents:
Release
(1) Lindsey WINTERBOTHAM and Edward WEEDON, both of Tewkesbury, gentlemen
(2) Nathaniel HARTLAND, John HARTLAND, Nathaniel HARTLAND, junior, all of Tewkesbury, bankers and co-partners
(3) Joseph HOBBS of Glouc. City, cornfactor
(4) William MONTAGUE, iron master; John PHILLPOTTS esq., both of Glouc. City
(5) William JACKSON of Glouc. City, calenderer and calico glazier
(6) John CHADBORN of Glouc. City, gent.
(7) William PRICE esq. of Glouc. City
Property as in D3117/4144. Plan included.
Consideration: £380
Witnesses: Benjaming THOMAS; Thomas Fenn ADDISON, William Viner ELLIS, clerk to CHADBORN, attorney, Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/4145  29 September 1829

Contents:
Mortgage Bond
(1) William JACKSON of Glouc. City, calenderer and calico glazier
(2) William MONTAGUE iron master; John PHILLPOTTS esq. both of Glouc. City
Condition: payment of £1520 mortgage sum mentioned in indenture of the same date
Consideration: £340
Witnesses: R.R. HORNER; Charles WINTERBOTHAM

[no title]  D3117/4146  25 March 1840

Contents:
Mortgage
(1) William JACKSON, formerly of Glouc. City, now of Cheltenham, calenderer and calico glazier
(2) John PHILLPOTTS esq. formerly of Glouc. City, now of Serjeants Inn, Fleet Street
(3) Frederick WOODCOCK esq. of Glouc. City
Property described D3117/4136, 4140
Assignments of mortgage dated 25 January 1841, 31 December 1847, 3 October 1851, endorsed
Principal: £400
Witnesses: James Henry William KING(?), sol. Glouc.; C. SMALLRIDGE, sol. Glouc.; William Read King, Serjeants Inn

[no title]  D3117/4147  26 December 1851

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) William Owen JACKSON esq. formerly of Down Street, Piccadilly, London, now of Cheltenham
(2) Edmund Barrow EVANS esq. of Highgrove, Gloucester
(3) Edwin BICK of Glouc. City, shoemaker
(4) George MEADOWS of Glouc. City perfumer
Capital messuage known as Old Spa House with land adjoining and cottages, refer D3117/4136, 4140, 4144.
Schedule of deeds 1815 - included.
Consideration: £700 and 5/-
Witnesses: J.H. DOWLING, sol. Glouc., E. RETHRO, his clerk

[no title]  D3117/4148  2 November 1852

Contents:
Release and Confirmation
(1) William JACKSON formerly of Glouc. City, calenderer and calico glazier, now of Brighton, Co. Sussex, dyer
(2) Edwin BICK of Glouc. City, shoemaker
Property described D3117/4147
Consideration: £10
Witness: Charles A. YOUNG, sol. Ship St., Brighton

[no title]  D3117/4149  30 July 1875

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Henry Hugh BUTT of Glouc. City, gent.
Amos SLEED of Cheltenham, gent.
(2) Edwin BICK of Glouc. City, gent.
Building and premises in a court leading from Westgate Street, St. Nicholas parish, formerly used as a malthouse and corn buildings by Joseph HOBBS, and adjoining a messuage formerly leased by J. HOBBS from the Hospital at St. Bartholomews on E. Schedule of leases 1822 - included
Consideration: £80
Witness: Fred. H. BRETHERTON, sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/4150A  C1840

Contents:
Plan of Old Spa House property showing rooms, garden and drains.

[no title]  D3117/4150  19 October 1883

Contents:
Conveyance and Covenant
(1) Walter WILKINS of Glouc. City, gent
Edgar SMITH of Barnwood, cabinet maker (trustees under will of Edwin BICK, formerly of Blackfriars, Glouc. City, deceased)
(2) Thomas ADDIS of St. Helens, Lancashire, exciseman
Capital messuage and appurtenances known as Old Spa House, Westgate St., and property described D3117/4149; also a seat in the parish church of St. Nicholas. Covenant to produce deeds, schedule of deeds 1829 - included, and plan
Consideration: £500
Witnesses: F. PASKETT, clerk to W. Edward SMITH, sol. Cheltenham; Edward WILKINS, of Gloucester, accountant

[no title]  D3117/4151  19 October 1883

Contents:
Mortgage and Reconveyance
(1) Thomas ADDIS of Saint Helens, Lancashire, exciseman
(2) Walter WILKINS of Glouc. City, gent; Edgar SMITH of Barnwood, cabinet maker
All property described D3117/4150
Principal: £400
Witnesses: Thomas GIBSON, sol. Lancaster; Edward WILKINS of Gloucester, accountant
27 April 1900
Reconveyance
(1) James WILKINS of the Junior Carlton Club, Pall Mall, co. Middlesex, gent
Edward Ernest BOORNE, formerly of Leigham Lodge, Streatham, co. Surrey, now of The Leazowe, Cheltenham, gent
(2) Thomas ADDIS
Property as above
Consideration: £400
Witnesses: John SKIPPER, Librarian, Junior Carlton Club, Pall Mall, H. GOSCOMBE, 6 Promenade, Cheltenham, clerk to W. WILKINS and son

[no title]  D3117/4154A  21 March 1900

Contents:
Particulars of sale of properties to be sold by Bruton and Knowles and Co. auctioneers, at the New Inn Hotel
Nos. 47, 49 Blenheim Road, 31 Vauxhall Road; 24 Russell St.; Pentillie House at the corner of Parkend Rd, and St. Pauls Rd; The Old Spa House, Westgate St. refer D3117/4150A

[no title]  D3117/4155  28 April 1900

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Thomas ADDIS at Gnoll Park Road, Heath, co. Glamorgan, gent.
(2) Lydia Hickling ROBERTS, wife of Leonard ROBERTS of Hatherley Farm, Down Hatherley, farmer
Capital messuage formerly known as Old Spa House, now divided into two tenements and known as numbers 95 and 95A Westgate St., also right of road to property through the Swan Yard; also property described D3117/4149
Consideration: £430
Witness: George R. BONNOR, sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/4156  11 January 1909

Contents:
Particulars and Valuation
Of number 95 Westgate Street, known as Old Spa House, no. 52 Priory Road, and nos. 3, 5 Westend Parade, Pool Meadow, near Westgate Bridge. Total value £1214
Property proposed to be purchased by W. LEE
Bruton and Knowles and Co., Albion Chambers, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/4157  1909

Contents:
Abstract of Title, 1883 -
Of Mrs. Lydia Hickling ROBERTS
Messuage and premises known as the Old Spa House, Westgate Street

[no title]  D3117/4158  1 June 1909

Contents:
Mortgage
(1) William LEE, 95 Westgate St. lodging house keeper
(2) Harriet Matilda KITSELL, widow, of Cleeve House, The Boulevard, Weston-super-Mare, co. Somerset William LANGLEY-SMITH of Glouc. city, solicitor
All property in Pool Meadow, Priory Road and Westgate St, described D3117/4157, 4140. Memorandum of conveyance to nos. 5, 6 Pool Meadow to Eliza LEE, 6 February 1914, included
Principal: £800
Witnesses: W. Harold H. LANGLEY-SMITH, sol. Glouc.
Priory Road see also Westgate Street D3117/4158

[no title]  D3117/4162  1931

Contents:
Abstract of Title 1879-
Of the trustees of the will of Alfred John WINTLE of Bill Mill, Weston-under-Penyard, co. Hereford, miller and maltster, one of the executors and trustees of Thomas WINTLE of Mitcheldean, cornfactor, miller, maltster and brewer
Nos. 52 Priory Road and 95 Westgate Street

[no title]  D3117/4244  3 July 1627

Contents:
Feoffment
(1) Nicholas MARSHE of Apperley, yeoman, and Margaret his wife
(2) Joan PAINTER of Apperley, widow
Third part of a capital messuage in the parish of St. Nicholas, Westgate St., occupied toy John WOODWARD, gent
Consideration: £60
Witnesses: Richard HARBERT; N. HARBERT; Anthony ARUNDELL

[no title]  D3117/4245  16 December 1654

Contents:
Marriage Settlement
(1) Lawrence LUGG of Glouc. City, baker, only son of Lawrence LUGG of Glouc. City, tanner, deceased
(2) Richard MERRETT, junior of Whaddon, yeoman William WARWICK of Glouc. City, vintner
Messuage between the Bridges, near the Westgate, parish of St. Nicholas, messuage formerly of Matthew PRICE now of James STEPHENS on W; Cowlebrooke on E; Severn behind messuage.
Memorandum endorsed that 17 August 1672 E. LUGG delivered up deed
Consideration: intended marriage of (1) arid Elizabeth MERRETT, and £50
Witnesses: Robert THEYER; Robert KEYLOCKE; William KEYLOCKE

[no title]  D3117/4538  1801-1885

12

Contents:
No. 101

[no title]  D3117/4544  1712-1858

4

Contents:
House adjoining Crown and Sceptre (Wagstaffe)

[no title]  D3117/4568  1835-1950

26

Contents:
White Swan Inn

WESTON ROAD  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D3117/3608  1 November 1887

Contents:
Will (copy)
(1) James Fortescue Lee PIKE of Kingsbridge, Devon, draper
(2) Emma PIKE (wife and excutrix)
(3) Testator's two daughters, unnamed
Testator died at Alvington, Argyle Road, Wotton, 17 Janaury 1913
Will proved at Gloucester 28 February 1913
Witnesses: Joseph BALKING, Arthur E. THOMAS

[no title]  D3117/3609  1912-1915

4 items

Contents:
Agreement: list of PIKE'S trade debts and two letters, HARRISON to BROOK, printer and stationer of Westgate Street, Gloucester, re. the holding of PIKE property in Kingsbridge Devon
28 November 1912
Agreement
(1) James Fortescue Lee PIKE of Argyll Road, Gloucester and his executors and administrators
(2) Samuel HARRISON, 50 Fore Street, Kingsbridge
Agreement to sell and purchase goodwill and stock-in-trade of drapery occupied by (2), and that the tenant shall hold the property on a 21 year lease at £60 a year
Witnesses: Wm. BEER, solicitor, Kingsbridge; A. L. BROOKE, 38 Weston Road, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/3610  17 January 1913

3 items

Contents:
Lists of "Book Debts" and pencilled note by H. W. G(RIMES) that HARRISON will take only a limited amount of debts

[no title]  D3117/3611  17 January 1913

1 item

Contents:
Particulars from S. HARRISON as to stock, the estate of James Lee PIKE

[no title or date]  D3117/3612

Contents:
Five letters HARRISON to BROOKS re. payment of accounts owing to PIKE
Weekly statement of Returns for the PIKE family business at Kingsbridge, submitted by HARRISON for January-February 1913
Letter to the trade and creditors of J. F. L. PIKE deceased, sent by his wife and correspondence with Miss WALLACE of Great

[no title]  D3117/3613  19 February 1913

Contents:
Copies of correspondence relating to the grant of a lease of the Kingsbridge drapery to HARRISON, referring to the concurrence of the Wilts, and Dorset Banking Company Ltd. H. W. GRIMES is the acting solicitor for PIKE
Correspondence (2 items) referring to security offered the bank by DILLON of Plymouth. Draft notice to creditors. Probate costs; a letter from BAKER & BAKER of Bristol to F. J. BROOK, 2 Westgate Street re. the duties of Mrs. PIKE as excutrix; application by Emma PIKE widow, of St. James' Terrace, The Hoe, Plymouty, for probate of J. F. L. PIKE, including accounts of personal and leasehold property

[no title]  D3117/3614  1913

Contents:
Book Debts (March 1913); Stock account of no. 50 Fore Street, Kingsbridge (March 1913). Information and answers supplied by H. W. GRIMES required by the Wilts. and Dorset Bank Ltd. (15 February 1913) regarding the estate of J. Fortescue Lee PIKE. Notice that the South Hams. Gas Co. of Kingsbridge, Devon, will proceed to sell PIKE'S share on the instructions of his excutrix. DILLON correspondence regarding interest in security for loan to PIKE

[no title]  D3117/3615  n.d

Contents:
Draft Summary of Inland Revenue Affidavit Account of the estate of James Fortescue Lee PIKE. This is clearest and most concise account of the deceased's real property, insurance policies, stock, shares and credits

[no title]  D3117/3616  28 February 1913

Contents:
Probate of Will and Accounts on Sale of Kingsbridge property
(1) James Fortescue Lee PIKE of Kingsbridge, Devon, draper
[Refer copy of will D3117/3608]

[no title]  D3117/3617  8 March 1913

Contents:
Stock account of 50 Fore Street, Kingsbridge, taken 6 March 1913 by W. GREGORY

[no title]  D3117/3618  8 March 1913

Contents:
Draft Statement of Affairs of the estate of James Fortescue Lee PIKE, deceased; and lists of creditors

[no title]  D3117/3619  n.d

Contents:
Statement of Affairs

[no title]  D3117/3620  25 October 1913

Contents:
Lease (counterpart)
(1) Emma PIKE widow, 38 Weston Road, Gloucester
(2) Samuel HARRISON, 50 Fore Street, Kingsbridge, draper
No. 50 Fore Street, Kingsbridge
Term: 21 years
Rent: £60 a year
Witness: William BEER, solicitor, of Kingsbridge

[no title]  D3117/3621  n.d

Contents:
Draft Estate Account of J. F. L. PIKE, deceased

[no title]  D3117/3622  n.d

Contents:
Renewal of fire policy with Commercial Union Assurance Company of Exeter

[no title]  D3117/3623  n.d

Contents:
Correspondence PIKE & BROOK, to GRIMES, expressing appreciation and winding up business

[no title]  D3117/3624  October 1917

Contents:
General Costs and Payments re. the estate of J. F. L. PIKE, deceased. GRIMES to Emma PIKE, receipt for £33-14-6

[no title]  D3117/3625  August-September 1916

Contents:
Further correspondence of HARRISON & DILLON

[no title]  D3117/3626  31 August 1917

Contents:
Inland Revenue Increment Value Duty form, re. estate of PIKE

[no title]  D3117/3627  undated

Contents:
Lists of PIKE'S Book Debts

[no title]  D3117/3628  C.1913-1917

Contents:
A bundle of papers unsorted referring to the estate of James Fortescue Lee PIKE. They cover the same period and the same subject matter as the foregoing papers catalogued above, 3608-3627; and include stock accounts, correspondence of the Kingsbridge manager of the drapery business; correspondence from DILLON, who provided security to PIKE for a loan from the Wilts. and Dorset Banking Company. The papers include the draft oath of the executrix, Emma PIKE, and her business transactions with BAKER & BAKER of Bristol, in accordance with the continuation of the Kingsbridge business. Also included is a letter referring to Mrs. PIKE'S acquisition of furniture for her residence in Weston Road, from MATTHEWS & Co. Ltd., The Universal Furnishers, of Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/3657  29 May 1885

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Charlotte NEWMAN, spinster of Gloucester city
(2) Mary Elizabeth SAUNDERS, wife of Charles Henry SAUNDERS of Clifton Road, joiner
Messuage, garden and outbuildings, 11 Weston Road, occupied by HIGGINSON, subject to covenants in indenture of 4 September 1877 between Charles Edward SHEPPARD, Benjamin JORDAN and William Elmes PAYNE
Consideration: £220
Witnesses: M. LEWIS, 3 Brunswick Square; Arthur LEWIS, clerk to SHEPARD & CLARK, solicitors, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/4535  1879-1935

15

Contents:
Tyndale Congregational Manse (Bleak House)

WORCESTER STREET  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D3117/2664  1862

Contents:
Abstract of title
(1) Gloucester & Dean Forest Railway Company
Building land in Worcester Street. Schedule 1848 -. Plan included

[no title]  D3117/2665  25 April 1863

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Gloucester and Dean Forest Railway Company
(2) The Great Western Railway Company
(3) John WARD of Gloucester, gentleman
Piece of land on N. side of Worcester Street, dimensions given; bounded on N side by land adjoining the Railway Bridge; on E by land belonging to John ORGAN; on W by Worcester St; on S by an unoccupied messuage and premises belonging to Thomas WHITE. Schedule 1848 -, included
Consideration: £100
Witnesses: R. FERNICE, of G.W.R.; John NASH, secretary of Gloucester and Dean Forest Railway Comp

[no title]  D3117/2666  24 October 1896

Contents:
Mortgage
(1) Reuben Charles HAYES of Suffolk Street, Gloucester, bricklayer (mortgagor)
(2) William Piffe BROWN of Gloucester, solicitor (mortgagee)
Piece of land described D3117/2665; together with a messuage since erected on the land, known as 74 Worcester Street
Consideration: £50, with interest
Witnesses: Robert NOAKES of Gloucester, clerk

[no title]  D3117/2667  1897

Contents:
Abstract of title
(1) Reuben Charles HAYES
Messuage and premises formerly 74, but now 36 Worcester Street. Schedule 1863 -.

[no title]  D3117/2668  20 November 1897

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Reuben Charles HAYES of Gloucester, bricklayer
(2) William Piffe BROWN of Gloucester, gent
(3) William Piffe BROWN; John Edward TUCKER of Gloucester, accountant
(4) David Griffiths WEBBER of 26 Worcester Street, coachbuilder
Piece of land described D3117/2665; messuage and premises called 36 Worcester Street
Witness: Robert NOAKES of Gloucester, clerk

[no title]  D3117/2669  21 November 1897

Contents:
Mortgage
(1) David Griffiths WEBBER of 26 Worcester Street, coach builder (mortgagor)
(2) Joseph WELLINGTON of Gloucester (mortgagee)
Piece of land described D3117/2665, together with 36 Worcester Street
Consideration: £500
Witness: J.E. HULLETT, clerk to Mr. W. LANGLEY-SMITH, sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/2670  18 December, 1902

Contents:
Reconveyance
(1) Eliza Jane LEA of Highworth, Wilts., widow
(2) David Griffiths WEBBER of 36 Worcester Street, coach builder
Property described D3117/2669
Consideration: All principal money and interest, refer D3117/2669
Witness: W. LANGLEY-SMITH, sol. Glouc.; Ellen EMESTON, spinster, Highworth

[no title]  D3117/2671  1902

Contents:
Abstract of title
(1) David Griffiths WEBBER and his mortgagees
Messuage and premises, being no. 36 Worcester Street

[no title]  D3117/3405  1814/15

Contents:
Left and right hand indentures of fine
(1) James WOOD Esq. (pet.)
(2) James MACDOWELL and Mary his wife (def.)
One messuage, one curtilage, one stable and one garden with appurtenances in the parish of St. John the Baptist
Consideration: £100

[no title]  D3117/3406  6 March 1826

Contents:
Assignment
(1) Robert COOKE of Gloucester, pargiter
(2) Richard WEAVER of Gloucester, gent
Piece of garden ground, being part of a larger piece specified, measuring 571 yards; bounded on S.W by the New Tewkesbury Turnpike Road; on part of the N.W. by a piece of garden ground belonging to Thomas SIMS; on part of the S.E. by premises of Thomas HANDY; on E by 'Wyver Brook'; together with all ways, water courses etc.
Term: Residue of 99 years
Consideration: £140-12-3
Witness: John DAVIS, clerk to M. DAVIS, sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/3408  28 April 1836

Contents:
Mortgage
(1) Henry OKEY of Gloucester, builder
(2) George LOWE of Gloucester, silversmith
Piece of ground in the parish of St. John the Baptist adjoining Worcester Street, dimensions given, bounded on E by land, belonging to James Chester WHEELER, on W. by Worcester St.; on N by land of James Chester WHEELER and on S by a messuage and garden of M. CHANDLER; together with 2 messuages built thereon by (1)
Consideration: £400
Witnesses: James Henry DOWLING, sol. Glouc; Edmund CADLE, clerk to Messrs. SMITH & DOWLING, sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/3411  23 August 1853

Contents:
Reassignment
(1) Richard Weaver HOLTHAM, of Gloucester, innholder
James BRETHERTON of Gloucester, gent
(2) Thomas WHITE of Gloucester, builder
Piece of land bounded on E & N by 'Wyver Brook'; on S. by the piece of land or road next described; on W. by premises belonging to (2); piece of land or road leading out of Worcester St. to premises belonging to the trustees of John WEAVER
Term: Residue of 99 years
Consideration: £150
Witness: Alfred HIGGS, clerk to M. BRETHERTON

[no title]  D3117/3412  21 July 1855

Contents:
Mortgage
(1) Thomas WHITE of Gloucester, builder
(2) William SYMS of Norton, Gloucs., farmer
Piece of land in parish of St. John the Baptist; bounded on E. by leasehold land belonging to Henry and Richard George WEAVER; on W. by new Turnpike Road called Worcester St; on N. by land now belonging to the S. Wales Railway Company; on S. by the road next mentioned; together with 5 messuages erected on the land; also right of way to the premises
Consideration: £200
Witness: James BRETHERTON, sol. Glouc.

[no title]  D3117/3413  3 December 1856

Contents:
Appointment of assignee, the order of the Court for Relief of insolvent Debtors
(1) Henry WEAVER, the elder, late of 3 Worrell Street, Kingsholme, builder (insolvent debtor)
(2) Joseph HAYES of Oxford St., Gloucester, builder (assignee)

[no title]  D3117/3414  31 December 1858

Contents:
Reconveyance
(1) William SYMS of Norton, farmer
(2) Thomas WHITE of Gloucester, builder
Piece of land, with 5 messuages, described D3117/3412
Consideration: £200
Witness: James BRETHERTON

[no title]  D3117/3846  28 May 1823

Contents:
Lease for a year see D3117/3865 for release
(1) James Cheslin WHEELER of Glouc. City, nurseryman
William WHEELER of Bristol City, mercer and linen draper
Elizabeth Cheslin WHEELER of Glouc. City, spinster
Hannah Maria Cooper WHEELER of Glouc. City, spinster
Samuel JEFFS of Glouc. City, nursery man
(2) John TURNER, Esq., of Downhatherley, Treasurer of the Trustees under the act passed for the repair of the Gloucester to Cheltenham and Tewkesbury roads
Piece of land 113 x 20 yards in the parish of St. John, forming part of the new Tewkesbury to Gloucester road
Rent: peppercorn
Term: a year
Consideration: 5/-
Witnesses: Benjamin BONNOR; Charles COLEMAN, his clerk

[no title]  D3117/3865  29 May 1823

Contents:
Release
(1) James Cheslin WHEELER of Glouc. City, nurseryman
William WHEELER of Bristol City, mercer and linen draper
Elizabeth Cheslin WHEELER of Glouc. city, spinster
Hannah Maria Cooper WHEELER of Glouc. city, spinster
Samuel JEFFS of Glouc. city, nurseryman
(2) John TURNER, Esq. of Downhatherley (Treasurer of the trustees under an act for widening the Glouc. Cheltenham and Tewkesbury roads)
Piece of garden ground in the parish of St. John, refer D3117/3846 (plan included)
Consideration: £275
Witnesses: Benjamin BONNOR; Charles COLEMAN his clerk

[no title]  D3117/4036a  12 June 1834

Contents:
Petition to confirm the Master's Report
(1) Charles SMALLRIDGE of Gloucester, gentleman
That (1) might be appointed to execute all deeds and conveyances in the place of the heir, heiress or coheiresses of Mary SMITH, deceased

[no title]  D3117/4036b  n.d

Contents:
Particulars and conditions of sale of freehold dwellinghouse and garden in Worcester Street, lately in the occupation of Sarah JOY deceased

WORCESTER PARADE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D3117/1133  11 October 1851

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) James Cheslin WHEELER of Gloucester city, nurseryman
(2) Thomas SMITH of Gloucester city, builder
(3) John Charles RICHARDS of Gloucester city, gent.
Newly built tenement on former nursery garden land (with right of access) on E. of Road or Worcester Parade. Property of Samuel WATTS on E.; Worcester Parade on W.; messuage of William JONES, senior, on N.; plot of land on S. Proviso that further house erected by J. C. WHEELER, be of the same standard. Schedule included 1806-1841
Consideration: £50
Witness: J. BUCHANAN, clerk to A. G. JONES, solicitor, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/1134  11 October 1851

Contents:
Mortgage
(1) Thomas SMITH of Gloucester city, builder
(2) John Charles RICHARDS of Gloucester city, gent.
(3) Anthony Gilbert JONES, of Gloucester city, gent.
Property described D3117/1133
Principal: £200
Witness: J. BUCHANAN, clerk to A. G. JONES, solicitor, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/1135  3 August 1852

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Anthony Gilbert JONES of Gloucester city, gent.
(2) Thomas SMITH of Gloucester city, builder
(3) Frederick HANMAN of Gloucester city, tailor
(4) Charles Frederick HANMAN of Gloucester city, tailor
No. 12 nr. Worcester Parade, described D3117/1132
Consideration: £222
Witness: H. RICHARDS, clerk to A. G. JONES

[no title]  D3117/1136  9 June 1883

Contents:
Mortgage and release of annuity
(1) Charles Frederick HANMAN of Gloucester city, tailor
(2) Sarah HANMAN, spinster (executor of will of F. HANMAN)
(3) Isabella Eliza YORK, widow, of Cleveland House, Pitville, Cheltenham
No. 12 near Worcester Parade described D3117/1132
Clause by (3) releasing annuity
Principal: £100
Witnesses: Henry Morton YORK, solicitor, Gloucester; B. JORDAN, clerk to C. E. SHEPPARD, solicitor, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/1594  5 August 1853

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Anthony Gilbert JONES of Gloucester city, gent.
(2) Ann Cooke DAVIS, Millicent Davis DAVIS, spinsters of Gloucester city
No. 9 Worcester Parade occupied by (2); Worcester Parade on W.; property of (1) occupied by Misses MATTHEWS on N.; property of (1) on S.; and use of road, position specified
Consideration: £250
Witness: J. BUCHANAN, clerk to A. G. JONES, solicitor, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/1595a  1864 - 8 January 1866

Contents:
Succession Duty forms including Assessment and Receipt
(1) Millicent Davis DAVIS, successor
(2) Ann Cook DAVIS, deceased
Moiety in freehold dwelling house, No. 9 Worcester Parade, occupied by (1) and brother
Annual value: £15
Witness: W. P. COLLINS

[no title]  D3117/1595b  1873

Contents:
Succession Duty form
(1) Thomas Astill DAVIS of Gloucester city, successor
(2) Millicent Davis DAVIS, deceased; John PLAYSTED of Newnham, executor
No. 9 Worcester Parade
Witness: W. P. COLLINS

[no title]  D3117/1595c  1875

Contents:
Succession Duty form
(1) Harriett SMITH of Gloucester city, successor
(2) Thomas Astill DAVIS, deceased; John PLAYSTED of Newnham, excutor
No. 9 Worcester Parade
Witness: Rob. ( )

[no title]  D3117/1596  14 April 1880

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) John PLAYSTED of Newnham, draper; John MILLINGTON of Redditch, Worcs., gent.
(2) J. MILLINGTON, and Ellen Buchanan MILLINGTON, wife
(3) Benjamin BONNOR of Gloucester city, gent.
No. 9 Worcester Parade described D3117/1594
Consideration: £100
Witness: J. GREENE, clerk to M. BONNOR, solicitor, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/1597  29 September 1884

Contents:
Mortgage
(1) Ellen Buchanan MILLINGTON, wife of John MILLINGTON of Redditch, Worcs., gent.
(2) John MILLINGTON
(3) Benjamin BONNOR of Gloucester city, gent.
(4) Rev. Henry Donald Maurice SPENCE, vicar of St. Pancras
No. 9 Worcester Parade and use of road. Fire Insurance clause specifying Church of England Life and Fire Assurance Institution
Principal: £100
Witnesses: G. GREEN, clerk to BONNOR, solicitor, Gloucester; John Johnson FISH, hookmaker, Redditch

[no title]  D3117/1598  1 October 1886

Contents:
Particulars and Conditions of Sale, and Memorandum of Agreement
(1) Mrs. MILLINGTON, vendor; Benjamin BONNOR, vendor's agent
(2) William Giles MAYSEY of Gloucester, purchaser
Auctioneer: BRUTON & KNOWLES
No. 9 Worcester Parade
Purchase Price: £190

[no title]  D3117/1599  1866

Contents:
Abstract of Title 1853-
(1) of Mrs. Ellen B. MILLINGTON, and mortgagee
No. 9 Worcester Parade
B. BONNOR, solicitor

[no title]  D3117/1600  1886

Contents:
Requisitions on Title and Replies
(1) Ellen B. MILLINGTON
(2) William GILES MAYSEY
No. 9 Worcester Parade
Witnesses: J. C. RICHARDS, purchaser's solicitor, Gloucester; B. BONNOR, vendor's solicitor

[no title]  D3117/1601  29 October 1886

Contents:
Conveyance
(1) Ellen Buchanan MILLINGTON, wife of John MILLINGTON of Redditch, Worcs., gent.
(2) John MILLINGTON, and E. B. MILLINGTON, wife
(3) Benjamin BONNOR of Gloucester city, gent.
(4) Rev. Henry Donald Maurice SPENCE, vicar of St. Pancras
(5) William Giles MAYSEY of Brookfield House, Wotton, gent.
No. 9 Worcester Parade, property fronting Columbia Street on S.; Worcester Parade on W.; No. 10 Worcester Parade on N.; messuage formerly of BALLINGER now no. 8 Worcester Parade on S.
Consideration: £190
Witnesses: Harold S. BROWNING, solicitor, Redditch (perpetual commissioner for oaths); G. GREENE, clerk to BONNOR, solicitor, Gloucester; John PRICE, footman, of London

[no title]  D3117/1602  9 January 1888

Contents:
Will and Probate
(1) William Giles MAYSEY of Brookfield House, Wotton, gent., testator
(2) Georgina MAYSEY, wife of (1); Charles ASHWELL of Leiston, Suffolk, machinist, brother of G. MAYSEY, executors
(3) Eliza Gertrude MAYSEY, daughter of (1), beneficiary, of 107 New Street
Nos. 107 New Street, Park End Road, 50 Alvin Street, 14 Sweetbriar Street, 9 Worcester Parade; wife beneficiary; last three bequeathed in trust for grandchildren, Georgina Ashwell MAYSEY, Alice MAYSEY, Frederick Wm. Longford MAYSEY, respectively
Clause enabling wife to raise £50 for apprenticing either of grandchildren
Personal bequests follow
Date of will 5 November 1887
Witness: H. W. GRIMES, solicitor, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/1603  24 May 1906

Contents:
Receipt
(1) Charles ASHWELL of Leiston, Suffolk
(2) Frederick William Longford MAYSEY, 25 Commercial Road, Hereford
for gold watch bequeathed by W. Giles MAYSEY, deceased

[no title]  D3117/1604  2 June 1902

Contents:
Inland Revenue Succession Account, duplicate
(1) Georgina MAYSEY of Brookfield House, Wotton, deceased
(2) Charles ASHWELL of Leiston, Suffolk, machinist, trustee
(3) Frederick William Longford MAYSEY, beneficiary among others (Consanguinity to deceased noted)
(4) Eliza Gertrude CLUTTERBUCK of Stone, wife of F. G. CLUTTERBUCK, gardener, temporary guardian of (3)
No. 9 Worcester Parade, freehold property let to STANBURY at rent of £3 a year
Witness: J. C. RICHARDS, Commissioner for Oaths

[no title]  D3117/1605  1912

Contents:
Abstract of Title 1887-
(1) of F. W. Longford MAYSEY
No. 9 Worcester Parade
H. W. GRIMES, solicitor, Gloucester

[no title]  D3117/2628  7 November 1906

Contents:
Will (copy)
(1) William JONES of Eastwood, 35 Denmark Road, builder
(2) Roda Anne JONES, wife of testator
(3) Henry Pearson SMALLWOOD of Wolverhampton, draper
(4) Charles MORRIS of Gloucester city, provision merchant, trustees and executors appointed
(5) Edith Adeline JONES, William JONES junior, John Smedley JONES, Gertrude Hannah RIDSDALE, children of the testator
Will made 7 November 1906
Nos. 15, 17, 22, Worcester Parade and 15 cottages and premises used as a chapel at Longleavens
Witnesses: H. Warner GRIMES, solicitor, Gloucester, James SMALL, clerk to GRIMES & BARRY-LEWIS

[no title]  D3117/2629  15 July 1907

Contents:
Deed of Exchange
(1) Rhoda Anne JONES, widow of Eastwood, Denmark Road; Charles MORRIS of Gloucester city, provision merchant, representatives of Wm. JONES elder, deceased
(2) William JONES of Gloucester city, builder; Chas. MORRIS, and Harry Warner GRIMES of Gloucester city, solicitor
(3) Charles Arthur Ford RIDSDALE of Gloucester city, corn merchant; Edith Adeline JONES, spinster of Eastwood, Denmark Road
(4) William JONES
(5) Rhoda Anne JONES; E. Adeline JONES, Gertrude Hannah RIDSDALE of Lansdown Road, wife of C.A. Ford RIDSDALE
(6) Chas. MORRIS and C. A. Ford RIDSDALE
Nos. 15, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21 and 22 Worcester Parade, subject to mortgage sums, specified
And no. 38 Worcester Street
Witness: Albert E. PALMER, clerk to GRIMES & BARRY-LEWIS, solicitors, Gloucester

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